Harvard To Increase Low-Income Support
Harvard College announced a new financial aid policy on Feb. 28 that would increase the average financial aid award for students whose family incomes are less than $60,000.
Mun Memorial Service Held at Chapel
The body recovered from the Charles River last Saturday was confirmed to be Daniel S. Mun ’05 by the Suffolk District Attorney this past Tuesday.
Live Will Headline 2004 Spring Weekend Concert
This year’s concert will be held on Saturday, April 24, in the Johnson Athletic Center.
Five Professors Named MacVicar Fellows for Devotion to Teaching
Professors David L. Darmofal ’91 (Aeronautics and Astronautics), Jean E. Jackson (Anthropology), David S. Jerison (Mathematics), Steven B. Leeb ’87 (Electrical Engineering and Computer Science), and Anne E.C. McCants (History) will join over 40 of their colleagues as MacVicar Fellows.
MIT Sets New Policy For Maternity Leave
A new institute-wide childbirth accommodation policy for female graduate students has been developed and will formally become effective in July, Dean of Graduate Students Isaac M. Colbert said.
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Fascist Popsicle Stand