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Vasquez Resigns As Vice President of UA

Undergraduate Association Vice President Phillip A. Vasquez '06 resigned Thursday night citing personal problems that interfered with his responsibilities.


Vasquez's Resignation Letter


Student Alleges MIT Overreacted, Hospitalized Him Against His Will

A freshman has accused MIT Medical and the Office for Student Life of overreacting by placing him in a hospital for almost a week against his will following a visit to MIT medical.


Christopher Child New IFC President for 2005

Christopher P. Child '06 was elected as the next Interfraternity Council President at the IFC Executive Board elections this past Wednesday.


IFC Table


GSC Gathers Student Input To Improve Grad Advising

The Graduate Student Council organized a series of focus groups over the past two weeks as part of their initiative to improve graduate advisor-advisee relationships.


Faculty Discuss New Degree Possibilities

The faculty met on Wednesday, with discussion dominated by proposed changes to undergraduate and graduate degree options.


Powell and 8.01 Ride Win UMOk Amid Controversy

Joshua W. Powell '06 and 8.01 The Ride, the roller coaster constructed in the East Campus courtyard during Orientation, won the Ultimate Manifestation of hardkOre competition run by Alpha Phi Omega amidst controversy over the chosen charity of second place winner Kimberly A. Ang '05, Planned Parenthood.


UMOk Totals


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