Early ILG Numbers Bring Some Worries
Epsilon Theta received four freshmen, one junior, and a student from the one-year Cambridge-MIT Institute exchange program, said Rush Chair Susannah M. Dorfman ’05.
Sophomores Declare Exploratory Subjects, Explore Different Majors
287 sophomores, or 29.2 percent of the class, have designated a subject as exploratory by the Oct. 3 deadline, said Assistant Registrar Peter R. Hayes.
Off-Campus Rep. Plans Kitchen for Constituents
Katherine H. Allen ’05, the new Undergraduate Association senator for off-campus students, will work to make kitchen space available for off-campus students and student groups in Walker Memorial, and establish a mailing list for off-campus students.
WORLD AND NATION
Congress Debates Creating Medicare Home Co-Payment
New Fertility Treatment Swaps Nuclei of Fertile, Defective Eggs
Incoming Student Surge Causes Crowding in New York Schools
Fees, Business Practices of Credit Counselors Under IRS Investigation
Three U.S. Soldiers Killed in Attacks, Iraqi Governor Targeted with Bomb
Racism Is Not a Fashionable ‘-ism’
Discourse, Not Discipline Needed in ‘Ghetto’ Issue
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
A Case Of Overreaction?
CLASSICAL REVIEW: The Art of Adagio with Haitink -- BSO’s ‘La Mer’ Sparkles at Symphony Hall
FILM REVIEW H: Intolerable Banality -- Coen Bros.’ Latest Marriage Needs Serious Counseling
THEATER REVIEW: Food for Thought -- ‘Chocolate in Heat’ Leaves a Bittersweet Aftertaste
Pumpkins in Glass: MIT Glass Lab Showcases Wares for the Season
Sex and the SafeRide: Pubic Relations