IFC JudComm: DKE Exiled for One Year
The Interfraternity Council Judiciary Committee has decided to suspend the Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity from its house for one year following an unregistered party on Aug. 23.
MIT to Cut 250 Jobs, UA Reviews Flag Issue
President Charles M. Vest addressed the Undergraduate Association Senate last night, discussing MIT’s financial health and his response to the “Ghetto Party” held at East Campus two weeks ago.
Recolonization Under Way for SAE
The Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity chapter at MIT held its official recolonization ceremony this past Saturday, and has been recognized as a “colony” by the national SAE organization.
Coffeehouse Space Will Stay Empty for Now, Says CAC
The space of the former Coffeehouse will not host any new businesses in the near future, said Director of the Campus Activities Complex Phillip J. Walsh.
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