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SAE Decision Tabled

The Interfraternity Council tabled a vote at a President’s Council meeting this past Wednesday to give associate IFC member privileges to the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity. The vote will instead be taken after the fall 2004 recruitment period in order to better assess the fraternity’s situation, said IFC President Daniel H. Daneshvar ’05. Associate members of the IFC have all the privileges of full members except voting rights.


Masterpiece or Junkpile? Stata Opens Its Doors

MIT’s newest building, the Ray and Maria Stata Center, will be officially dedicated today.


Old LaVerde’s Transactions Now Appearing on Credit Card Bills

In the notice, LaVerde’s said that “About 6 months ago, we discovered that our Visa/Master card processor, (Global Payments), had not processed a number of credit card transactions in late 2002 and early 2003; about 20 random days.”


Acid Releases Dangerous Gas At 300 Tech Square

“The bottle broke and some gas was released,” Burns said. The person who threw the bottle into the dumpster called the fire department, he said.


Ljubicic, Robot Win 2.007 “Big Dig” Contest

Dean M. Ljubicic ’06 took first place in the annual 2.007 design contest with his robot besting that of Bryan Woodruff ’06 in the final round.




WORLD AND NATION

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