EECS Sees Decrease In Freshman Majors
The percentage of freshmen declaring electrical engineering and computer science as a major decreased dramatically this year.
India to Manage Media Lab Asia
MIT has decided to discontinue its involvement in the management of Media Lab Asia, said Walter R. Bender SM ’80, Media Lab executive director and senior research scientist.
Students: ‘We Want Our MTV, ESPN’
MIT graduate students made one thing clear last night: They want their MTV. And their ESPN. And the New England Sports Network. And Comedy Central.
Bad Economy Hurts Search For Student Summer Jobs
“I don’t know what I’m doing yet and that is part of the problem,” said Richard-Duane S. Chambers ’05.
State Commission Discusses Phase Two of River Plan
Representatives of the Metropolitan District Commission held the fourth public meeting last night to discuss the commission’s restoration project that is currently underway along Memorial Drive.
The WMD Debate Continues
iTunes: Easier than Stealing?
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
A Rebuttal From Mech E
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I Survived the MCAT
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Sox Win Wild One in Beantown
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