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Tetzloff Will Be Next President of the IFC

In the Interfraternity Council elections last Wednesday Nov. 16, Isaac J. Tetzloff ’07 ran unopposed for president and William D. Mroz ’08 was elected vice-president. Others elected were Michael T. Jensen ’07 as Judicial Committee chair, Jonathan A. Birnbaum ’08 as risk manager, Akil J. Middleton ’08 as recruitment chair, Edward G. Fagin ’08 as chair for program development, and Stephen A. Whittaker ’07 as executive assistant.


Energy Initiative Begins Students Give Input

As part of the information-gathering phase of the MIT Energy Initiative, a campus-wide survey conducted by the Energy Club found that students believe global climate change and resource depletion are the most important global energy issues.


Panhel Executive Officers Are Elected

The MIT Panhellenic Association held executive officer elections last month. The incoming executive slate includes Heather M. Pressler ’07 for president, Jamie L. Karcesky ’07, executive vice president, and Shannon N. Nees ’07, VP of recruitment. Cabinet elections were held last Sunday, but results have not been officially approved and have not been released by Panhel.


In Short


University President Salaries Soar Into the Millions

Donald E. Ross turned Lynn University, once a nearly bankrupt two-year Catholic school for women in Boca Raton, Fla., into a thriving four-year liberal arts college. Now, as Mr. Ross nears retirement after 34 years as president, it is apparent how much the board of trustees appreciates his work.Donald E. Ross turned Lynn University, once a nearly bankrupt two-year Catholic school for women in Boca Raton, Fla., into a thriving four-year liberal arts college. Now, as Mr. Ross nears retirement after 34 years as president, it is apparent how much the board of trustees appreciates his work.


Top Salaries for Presidents of Research-Extensive Universities

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Association of Space Activities Space Allocations

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Survey: Energy Issues for MIT to Focus On

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Interfraternity Council Election Results

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Panhellenic Election Results

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WORLD AND NATION

Weather
Iraqi Factions Unite to Seek A Timetable for U.S. Pullout
Sharon to Run With New Party; Election’s Outcome Uncertain
Briefs (right)
Briefs (right)
Louisiana Officials Are Worried As Federal Relief Money Wanes
After Unusual Elections, German Parliament Will Elect Merkel Soon
Delay’s Former Aide Scanlon Pleads Guilty to Conspiracy to Bribe Officials

OPINION

Played Out
Gotta Have Faith
Corrections

ARTS

A Cappella review: Chorallaries Offer Fun Concert, Clever Skits Soloist Prathima Nandivada Steals the Show
Film Review ***1/2: Seasons of Love and Brutality: ‘Rent’ Darkens in its Translation to Film
Film Review *1/2: The Sky Falls Down On ‘Chicken Little’: Disney’s Animated Feature Forgets the Funny
On the Screen
A Cappella review: Chorallaries Offer Fun Concert, Clever Skits Soloist Prathima Nandivada Steals the Show

CAMPUS LIFE

Imminent Collapse The Lab of the Rising Sun
Fo’ the Shorties Ready … Break!
Dare Me? What’s a Party Without Trying Some Lines?
Say WhatHoly Crepe!
Say WhatHoly Crepe!

SPORTS

Women’s Basketball Team Opens Season With Strong Offense
Men’s Basketball Wins 70-56 Over Emmanuel
NFL Game Of the Week: Steelers At Colts
Pistol Team Narrowly Defeats Army, Continuing Undefeated Home Record
Men’s, Women’s Fencing Teams Easily Defeat Area Universities
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