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DKE Members Remain In House

Two weeks after losing an appeal to reverse a decision handed down by the Interfraternity Council’s Judicial Committee, the members of the Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity are still living in their house at 403 Memorial Drive.


DeBergalis Falls Just Short of a Victory

Matt S. DeBergalis ’00 stunned the city’s political establishment when his upstart campaign fell short of an unlikely victory by less than 200 votes.


Rent Control Initiative Defeated in Election

Rent control forces suffered a major defeat in this week’s elections. A ballot question that would have forced the Cambridge city council to ask the state government for permission to reinstitute rent-control was handily defeated with “no” garnering 61 percent of votes.


L.A.M.P. Service Shut Down for Now, Creators Try to Get Labels’ Approval

The creators of MIT’s Library Access to Music Project shut down the service last week, after the company that sold MIT the music library told the school that they may not have the legal right to do so.


New CMS Major Attracts Undergrads

MIT undergraduates now have the option to major in the comparative media studies program this fall.


Updated UA Goals Checklist

Current Progress: None




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