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Woman on ’07 Ring Sparks Controversy

The reaction to the ring’s design was mixed. Approximately 10 students left the premiere immediately after the Ring Committee debuted the design for the seal. Opinions varied on the general design.


IS&T Starts to Ask, ‘Whither Athena?’

The student advisory committee to Information Services and Technology will begin to discuss the future of student computing today.


Candidates for UA Offices Debate

The candidates for 2005-2006 Undergraduate Association President/Vice President debated last night in the first floor of the Student Center. The two P/VP pairs were John M. Cloutier ’06 and Jessica H. Lowell ’07, and Calvin G. Sizer ’06 and Bryan D. Owens ’07.


Ivy League’s Faculty Diversity Grows Very Slowly, Report Finds

Minorities and women have made little progress in breaking into the faculty ranks of the Ivy League, according to a new report.


Design of 2007 Brass Rat Elegant, Traditional, and Classy

The premiere of the 76th Brass Rat was exactly what the class of 2007 requested for its ring: elegant, traditional, and classy -- elegant in that semi-elegant level of professionalism that undergrads are willing to aspire to, traditional in that nothing was out of the expected, and classy in that the jokes were good and agreeable to all.




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