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SigEp Fraternity Loses Charter

The national headquarters of the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity suspended operation of the MIT Massachusetts Delta chapter on Jan. 28, said SigEp Vice President Brian W. Schmidt ’07.

Police Broke Up AEPi Party, Found Alcohol

Boston police broke up a fraternity party late Friday night, finding 51 bottles of liquor and liqueur, more than 15 gallons of Bud Light, a blocked fire exit, and 35 underage drinkers inside the Alpha Epsilon Pi house near Kenmore Square, police spokesman John Boyle said yesterday.

After Rush, 117 Join Sororities

After a somewhat rough transition following the end of fall Rush in 2002, sorority recruitment has seen an improvement in 2004 and 2005.

After Delays, Anna’s Taqueria Projected to Open Thurs.

Anna’s Taqueria on the first floor of the Student Center will most likely open for business this Thursday, said worker Carlos Bibas. Former projected opening dates include the first day of classes, Feb. 1, and last Friday, Feb. 4.

The original opening date of Feb. 1 had to be pushed back because of the blizzard in January, said Director of Campus Dining Richard D. Berlin III. The snow caused a delay in the delivery of furniture, lights, and other fixtures, he said. At the beginning of last week, workers were “cranking like crazy,” doing everything they could to open as soon as possible, and the plan was to open on Feb. 4, Berlin said.

Budget Brings Hubble to End

NASA would get a modest increase in President Bush’s 2006 budget, but the $16.5 billion in proposed spending includes no money to save the Hubble Space Telescope.

New Dormitory Council Officers


Bush Proposes $2.6 Trillion Budget to Congress for 2006

Abbas, Sharon Will Meet Tues. To Sign Temporary Cease-Fire




Men’s Volleyball Team Extends Undefeated Opening

Swimming and Diving Teams Host MIT Invitational