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Glass, Bricks, and Angles: The Tech Previews the Stata Center

Being a freshman, I have only recently been introduced to the eclectic architecture of the MIT campus. As I looked up at the partially-completed Ray and Maria Stata Center, I realized that “eclectic” was too inadequate a word to describe the enormity of this building that filled my field of vision.


Cambridge Exchange Program to Continue

The Cambridge-MIT Institute will end in three years, one year later than the original contract had said. However, plans are currently underway to allow the Undergraduate Exchange program, introduced by CMI, to continue to run after it is no longer funded by the Institute, according to Rachel Simpson of the CMI press office.


MIT Police Visit FSILGs, Hold “Wellness Checks”

“They asked to speak to the president of the house, handed him a letter saying they’re going to be doing these checks this term,” wrote Jake C. Pinato ’04, a Phi Kappa Sigma member, in an e-mail about his MIT Police encounter.


Ivan A. Getting

october 21, 2003


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