The Daily Confusion
New MIT Chapter Of SAE Planned
The MIT chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity may soon be rechartered.
2004 Class Council Loses Two Officers
The 2004 class council announced the resignations of Class Secretary Rachana D. Oza ’04 and Social Chair Nadjia M. Yousif ’04 in an e-mail sent to the class of 2004 on Saturday.
Ex-Prof Loses in Court
The Middlesex Superior Court has denied former Assistant Professor of Mathematics Maurice H.P.M. van Putten’s motion for a preliminary injunction to be rehired.
Lottery Will Determine Participation In Concourse
Freshmen have shown strong interest this year in alternatives to mainstream lecture courses, especially in Concourse, which will have to run a lottery for the first time in many years, according to Concourse Director Cheryl A. Butters.
WORLD AND NATION
Highly Enriched Uranium Traces Discovered in Iran by Inspectors
Shuttle Report Raps NASA, Says Safety Culture ‘Broken’
Congressional Budget Forecast Very Bleak, Predicts Huge Debt
Investigators Determine Timeline Of Events Leading Up to Blackout
Weather: Summer and the City
Let Journalists Do Their Job in Iraq
Culture Shock and Northern Exposure
Gay Rights, Individual Rights
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Career Fair In Good Shape
Update to 8.01T Curriculum
CONCERT REVIEW: A Perfect Performance -- When Prog Rock and Truck-Stop Rock Collide
FILM REVIEW **: Freaky Family Flip-Flop Flick Doesn’t Flop -- The Verdict on ‘Freaky Friday’ -- Jamie Lee Curtis, You, Like, Totally Rock
sMITe Frisbee Takes 2nd Place at Finals
The Mariners Are All Wet
MIT Coaches Anticipate Exciting Upcoming Season