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Frats, ILGs Predict Increase in Pledges

As rush begins today, fraternities say they are more optimistic about recruitment going into the second year of having rush during the semester.


Passing Rate for FEE Levels Off

The percentage who passed the Physics I (8.01) Advanced Standing exam doubled. Results for the other departments such as math, chemistry and biology were not available.


RIAA Resends Subpoena For KaZaA User’s Name

The Recording Industry Association of America has sent MIT a second subpoena, this time using the procedure requested by MIT, that asks for the identity of a network user alleged to have been illegally “offering hundreds of copyrighted works to the world-at-large” from MIT’s network through the KaZaA file-sharing system.


Class of 2004 Council Candidates

The candidates listed below have been approved by the Undergraduate Association’s Election Commission to run for the 2004 Class Council. There are also petitions pending for those who have received extensions on their applications for candidacy as President, Vice President, Secretary, and Social Chair.




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