Orientation 2007 kicked off on Saturday with Nicholas J. Fahey ’05, one of the Orientation Coordinators, rollerblading onto the stage of Kresge Auditorium. Freshmen were then introduced to the other Orientation Coordinators, also known as Secret Agents: Ivana L. Sturdivant ’04, Jonathan G. Wu ’06, Elizabeth A. Witham ’05, and Zachary M. Eisenstat ’06.
This article is the first in a series intended to introduce freshmen to life in Boston and at the Institute. Future installments will deal with other necessities of life at MIT, including banking and purchasing textbooks.
Here are the Web sites for the various modes of transportation mentioned in the guide.
The Dormitory Council will be limiting the number of members of fraternities, sororities, and independent living groups in attendance at the two major dormitory rush parties.
The Recording Industry Association of America will abandon a court proceeding it instituted to force MIT to identify a network user accused of copyright infringement, an MIT attorney said.
The following Rush Rules have been established by the Association of Student Activities to balance the exposure of incoming students to the demands of new academics, dormitories, and student life at MIT. These rules are in place to facilitate transition time for new students into life at MIT without inundation by too many new opportunities. All ASA-recognized groups are mandated to follow these rules.
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