Criminal Charge Filed Against MIT Police Officer is Dismissed
A Cambridge judge dismissed a criminal charge last Friday filed by Aimee L. Smith PhD '02 against a MIT Police Officer, Joseph D'Amelio, who had arrested her for disorderly conduct on Aug. 24.
Careers Office Optimistic About 2004 Job Outlook
Compared to previous years, 2004 has been a busy recruiting season for employers of MIT graduates. A record 206 companies took part in the September 2004 Career Fair, a 30 percent increase from the previous year.
Deadline Extended For Apps To Nov. 5
The deadline for early action applications has been extended from Nov. 1 to Nov. 5 due to technical dificulties involving MyMIT, MIT's new undergraduate admissions Web site that launched this year.
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