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UA Committees Plan Projects, New Goals

The committees of the Undergraduate Association have established new goals and projects for the 2004-2005 school year, including plans for Institute-wide midterm evaluations of classes, a new guidance counselor program, and an MIT “Tea Time.”


MIT Hit by Flu Vaccine Shortage

MIT Medical is expecting to receive only 15 percent of the flu vaccine it ordered and has used in past years for the 2004-2005 season, according to an Oct. 8 MIT Medical press release.


Political Interest Grows at MIT

Last year, you could have seen a recent MIT graduate walking through a dormitory, knocking on door after door to tell his former classmates that if he were elected to the Cambridge City Council, he would improve local traffic enforcement, increase the number of affordable housing options, and keep Cambridge stores open later.




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