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Report Details FSILG Problems

The Fraternity, Sorority and Independent Living Group report, due out this Monday, embraces the FSILG system as beneficial to MIT but details serious behavioral and financial problems facing the system in the next few years.


Write-ins, Rules Cause UA Elections Dispute

Elections for Undergraduate Association Senators and Class of 2008 Class Council will wrap up today in Lobby 10 amidst controversy surrounding the number of blanks on the ballots for write-in candidates.


Thirsty Ear to Re-open, Hire Manager

The pub, located in Ashdown House, will be an “event-driven space,” said Gregory S. Pollock G, former Thirsty Ear Executive Committee Chair.


Lindquist Leaves Whitehead

Susan L. Lindquist, director of the Whitehead Institute at MIT, announced on Tuesday that she plans to resign on Nov. 1 and return to full-time research as a professor of biology at MIT.


8.01T Scheduled To Replace 8.01 in ’05

“Due to the flack we received after 8.02T, we did not want to repeat the experience,” said John W. Belcher, TEAL principal investigator, and as a result he said the department decided to push back the original date for the changeover.


Faculty Affirm Degree in Archeology and Materials

The faculty voted on Wednesday to make permanent the experimental Course III-C S.B. degree in Archaeology and Materials .




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