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Language Houses Struggle for Members

In a year when the dormitory selection process was turned on its ear, language houses saw a significant drop in the number of new residents and had problems retaining freshmen who did join.


MIT Cable Provider Bankrupt; CNN, MTV Go Blank

MIT Cable no longer carries popular channels including MTV, ESPN and CNN after its content provider declared bankruptcy.


Group Urging Walkout To Protest Iraq Invasion

If a war begins, 300 participants have pledged to walk out of classes at 11:30 a.m. on the following school day and congregate in front of 77 Massachusetts Ave. They then plan to join a larger rally at Government Center, according to the No War Coalition Web site.


Event Regulations Force ‘Bad Taste’ to Start Early

MIT regulations regarding events on campus will force the Chorallaries’ annual Concert in Bad Taste to change its traditional midnight start time and will limit when people can begin lining the halls outside 10-250 to reserve a spot for the show.


Depledge Numbers Reflect Residence System Changes

An increase in the number of students who depledged fraternities suggests that a few kinks remain in MIT’s new residence system, though few students transferred between dormitories.




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