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CLC Issues Warning to Simmons for Party

The Cambridge License Commission issued a warning last Friday to Simmons Hall for an unregistered party held last October that involved underage drinking.

“This is Mike Lin” Victorious In 6.270

Around 500 members of the MIT community braved a snowstorm that had caused a campus closure to watch the finals of 6.270, the Autonomous Robot Design Competition, on Wednesday night.

Colleges, Boston Police Discuss Students’ Safety

Student leaders and administrators from Boston area colleges met with the Boston Police Department last night to discuss the Operation Student Shield initiative launched in early January.

UA Fills Positions of Secretary, Treasurer

A new Undergraduate Association treasurer and secretary general have been appointed by UA President Harel M. Williams ’05, pending approval by the UA Senate.

“Order of Random Gauchy” Wins MASLab

Over 50 students on 15 teams participated in the Mobile Autonomous System Laboratory, better known as MASLab, competition during the Independent Activities Period.

Team “CDG” Takes First In Programming Contest

With over 250 students on 127 teams, this year’s 6.370 software engineering competition was the largest yet. At Saturday’s finals, team “CDG,” comprised of members Clifford A. Frey G and James M. Roewe, came away victorious.


Tabulation of Ballots Begins As Attacks in Iraq Continue

Federal Judge Extends Rights For Detainees at Guantanamo