Bush’s Fed. Reserve Nominee Will Speak At 2006 Graduation|
The 2006 commencement speaker will be Ben S. Bernanke PhD ’79, President Bush’s nominee for Chairman of the Federal Reserve.
Minority Admits Recover Even As Selectivity Rises
Applying to college is a tricky business, and it isn’t getting any easier at MIT. The Institute’s number of early applicants jumped 10 percent from 2,799 to 3,098 this year, while only 12 percent, or 377 students, were admitted, continuing a long-term increase in selectivity.
ASA Space Allocation Complete
The Association of Student Activities released the results of its 2005 office space allocations on Sunday, completing its first space allocations since the fall of 2001.
Facebook Profiles Become Handy Tool for Recruiters
Join a group. Ever heard of People Mispronounce My Name a Lot, Bubble Tea Anonymous, Tsunami Relief Fund-Raising Dinner, or Poker Night 2005? More and more, the Facebook is becoming a standard part of MIT life and reshaping college landscapes around the country. But how many of us realize that faculty, staff, and potential employers are trespassing on student territory?
ASA Student Group Office Allocations
David S. Saxon
David S. Saxon ’41, physics scholar and former chairman of the MIT Corporation, died Dec. 6 at UCLA Medical Center after a long illness. He was 85.
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