Interphase, MITES to Begin Admitting Non-Minority Applicants
MIT will open two minority-targeted programs to students of all races following a complaint against MIT filed with the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights, the Institute announced yesterday.
SEMS Increases Hours, Seeking Viability
The Student Emergency Medical Services, or SEMS, now offers emergency medical transport services seven days a week.
UA Hears Student Input For Coffeehouse Space
Proposals included establishing new food options or revamping the Coffeehouse’s business plan. Although no formal proposals have been made, several local businesses have taken interest in the open space, said Benjamin J. Zeskind ’03, speaker of the UA Council.
Sororities Conclude Rush in a New Era
The Panhellenic Association extended nearly 100 bids last night, bringing the total number of new and potential sisters in line with last year’s pledge class.
New Opportunities, Programs Expand Ranks of Work Study
The MIT federal work study program has improved this year, after a lack of student participation forced MIT to return some funds to the federal government two years ago.
WORLD AND NATION
Americans Shouldn’t Be Held Without Counsel, Lawyers Say
Possible War in Iraq Uncovers Deepening Divide Within NATO
Baghdad Will Allow Planes To Aid Weapons Inspections
Officials Urge Public Precautions Against Potential Terrorist Attack
North Korea Claims One of Our Own
Speak Up For Peace
For Whom Will You Protest?
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Racist Israeli Policies Inspire Resentment
MASLab Coverage Insufficient
China, not Taiwan, At Fault
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Subjective Decisions in Admissions
Minority Events Build Community
Faculty Diversification a Slow Process
The American Dream is Still : Just a Dream for Most Minorities
Racial Profiling: Justice for All?
Diversity At MIT: 1981 to present
Campus Profile -- President Charles M. Vest: Vest discusses MIT’s commitment to keeping race as a factor in college admissions
How would you rate race relations at MIT on a scale of 1 to 5, 1 being poorest and 5 being complete harmony?
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