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GIR Comm. Ponders Diversity in Housing

At a recent meeting of the Task Force on the Undergraduate Educational Commons, one of its members identified the campus housing system as a possible area in which to address the issue of diversity at MIT.


Panhel Evaluates Fall Recruiting

MIT’s Panhellenic Association is considering moving sorority recruitment from the end of January to the fall, said Heather M. Pressler ’07, vice president of Panhellenic recruitment for 2005.


BE May Skip Lottery As Demand Matches Supply

After an initial surge of interest, students wanting to enroll into bioengineering, MIT’s newest major, may not have to enter a lottery.


Antimony L. Gerhardt

A memorial service was held at MIT last Tuesday, Nov. 22, for Antimony L. Gerhardt, a graduate student in electrical engineering and computer science, who died Nov. 17 in her Cambridge apartment. She was 24.


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