DKE House License Revoked Until Rush
The Cambridge License Commission decided yesterday to revoke the housing license of the Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity until the end of Rush in fall 2004.
MIT Considers Additional FSILG Housing Projects in Cambridge
Chancellor Phillip L. Clay PhD ’75 and Executive Vice President John R. Curry head the committee investigating this. The committee “has to do with understanding what we have in housing need, in housing asset, and in housing opportunity within the foreseeable future,” said Stephen Immerman, senior associate dean of student life.
Sloan Planning to Offer Undergraduate Minor
The Sloan School of Management will offer a minor to MIT undergraduates, starting in the 2005-2006 school year.
After DKE, IFC Judcomm Scrutinized
Disciplinary actions taken against the Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity have spurred a new interest among MIT fraternities in the workings and rules of the Interfraternity Council.
Noise at Necco Aggravates Edgerton House Residents
Students have complained about excessive noise, the harshest noise being in the early morning, lasting for about half an hour, after which there are often several hours of relative silence, said David D. Diel G, Edgerton House president.
McCormick to Offer Meal Plan Next Fall
McCormick Hall will offer in-house dining next fall. The dining facility will most likely operate under a plan similar to the one that is currently implemented at Baker, Simmons, and Next House Dining, said Richard D. Berlin III, director of campus dining.
Student Center Piano Rooms Open 24-Hrs.
Sign-up forms are due four times this year, on Nov. 12, Jan. 9, Feb. 13, and June 18, according to an e-mail announcement from Jennifer B. Smith, manager of event planning for the Campus Activities Complex.
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