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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

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ARTS

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

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