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Unlicensed Viewings Make MIT Pay $14K, Seek Blanket License

MIT recently paid $14,000 to a copyright licensing company that found evidence that several student groups held publicized, unlicensed showings of copyrighted movies.

Singh Elected as GSC President, Treasurer Position Still Unfilled

The Graduate Student Council held elections for its 2004-2005 officials on Wednesday. Barun Singh G was elected president, Hector H. Hernandez G vice president, and Lucy Wong G treasurer. The election for treasurer was postponed until either a special session or the next general council meeting, to be held on May 5.

Hackers Fined, Warned Over Wright Bros. Plane

A group of hackers responsible for putting the replica of the Wright Brother’s plane on the Great Dome on Dec. 17, 2003 was recently punished. Oliver E. Kosut ’04, one of the six hackers who were caught, said that he was informed mid-February by assistant dean for student discipline Carol Orme-Johnson that the MIT Police had filed a formal complaint.

CME To See Increase in MIT Participants

Thirty-seven applications have been submitted by MIT sophomores for the 2004-2005 Cambridge-MIT Exchange (CME) program. Currently, 28 MIT juniors are studying at Cambridge University as part of the program.


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