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Fall Planning Shifts Away from Housing

The focus of Orientation planning will shift further away from residence selection, following Monday’s final meeting of the Residence System Implementation Team.

Suit Weighs on Admissions Policies

The Minority Introduction to Entrepreneurship, Engineering, and Science program, or MITES, saw a major shift earlier this week after anti-affirmative action groups filed a complaint with the federal government.

Institute Warns FSILGs Not to Let Frosh Move In

The administration appears to be guarding against the possibility that freshmen who have pledged fraternities may attempt to move into fraternities, sororities, and independent living groups.

Graduate Housing Rent Increases by Over 6 Percent

Graduate housing rent will increase overall by 6.5 percent in 2004 and rents for some residences have also been restructured to correlate with the desirability of each room.

Major Changes Made to Graduate Housing Lottery

The graduate housing lottery has been revamped to minimize the number of students getting their lowest choice.

All-TEAL 8.02 Leads To Freshman Gripes

The TEAL program, unlike the traditional lecture format, emphasizes a more active, hands-on approach, requiring students to colloborate with fellow group members in efforts to analyze experiments and solve problems.

Departments Post Class Materials, Syllabi Online

Some departments have begun posting class material online rather than distributing paper handouts, in an effort to lower paper and photocopier usage.


U.N. Weapons Inspector Blix To Say He’s ‘Not Impressed’

NASA Panel Charter Rewritten Twice, Fails to Satisfy Gehman

Representatives Pass Largest Appropriations Bill in History