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MIT Names Student As Alleged Infringer

MIT answered a subpoena from the record industry last night, naming Claudiu A. Prisnel ’06 in response to the industry association’s request for the name of a network user who, on June 27 from a computer at Theta Delta Chi, allegedly offered hundreds of music recordings over the KaZaA file-trading system, according to Prisnel and James D. Bruce, the vice president for information systems.

Pres. Races Close in Election

With polls closing on Friday, there is no clear leader among the six candidates each for the presidency of class council 2004 and presidency of class council 2007.

Mt. Auburn to Join with Medical

The obstetrics and gynecology department at MIT Medical will begin a partnership with Mount Auburn Hospital to alleviate financial pressures and staff shortages, said Dr. William M. Kettyle, medical director at MIT Medical.

124 Students Register for New 8.01T in Fall Semester

There was originally a lottery planned to fill 160 allotted spaces for 8.01T, but it was unnecessary.

Frosh Say ILGs Have Low Profile for Rush

Gustavo A. Gil ’04, rush chair of Pi Lambda Phi, said the first weekend of Rush went “very well ... our salsa night filled up the entire dining room.”


Congress Expected to Grant Bush’s $87 Billion Request

Qurei Named Palestinian PM, Condemns Isolation of Arafat

RIAA Sues Hundreds of Song- Swappers in Latest Crackdown