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New Major in Bioengineering Prompted by Student Interest

The major may be available to students in the class of 2008, though there is “no expectation students coming in now can do it” said Linda G. Griffith, chair of the Bioengineering Undergraduate Program Committee.


Pledge Numbers Even With Last Year's Rush

Fraternities have offered 422 bids to 333 male students, according to statistics provided by the Interfraternity Council. By yesterday, 270 of those students had pledged, compared with 286 last year, 319 in 2001, and 313 in 2000. About 35 students still have bids open.


MITFCU Might Have to Start Paying Rent Under Proposed Payment Plan

Under the proposed lease agreement, MITFCU would be charged for its current space in Building E19, should it choose to remain there. The rent payment plan is still under discussion, and MITFCU has not yet decided if it will stay on campus and pay for the space.


Class of 2004 Council Voting Breakdown

The numbers listed in each column are the number of votes each candidate had at the specified iterat ion. Numbers in bold indicate the candidate with the most votes at that iteration. Winners’ names are in bold.


Class of 2007 Council Voting Breakdown

The numbers listed in each column are the number of votes each candidate had at the specified iteration. Numbers in bold indicate the candidate with the most votes at that iteration. Winners’ names are in bold.




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