MIT Settles Shin Case, Parents Agree Death Likely an Accident|
MIT and the parents of Elizabeth H. Shin ’02 announced yesterday that they have reached a settlement for an undisclosed amount in the wrongful death lawsuit filed against Institute administrators and doctors.
AEPhi’s Return to Jewish Identity Spurs De-pledgings, De-affiliations
Seven of the eight new members of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority have de-pledged, and five members have also de-affiliated, according to an Alpha Epsilon Phi sister who requested to remain anonymous. AEPhi’s Vice-President of Operations Emily D. Slutsky ’07 declined to confirm these numbers, saying “AEPhi has a different game plan than the other four sororities, so numbers mean absolutely nothing to us.”
For GSC Election, Weese Is Only Candidate So Far
The elections for next year’s Graduate Student Council officers will take place tomorrow. Eric G. Weese G is running uncontested for GSC president, but so far there are no candidates for the other three offices — Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer. Nominations for those positions will come from the floor of the elections meeting.
Professor Emeritus Ernest Rabinowicz passed away in his sleep yesterday. He was 79.
MIT Takes Fourth In 66th William Lowell Putnam Mathematical Competition
Compromise Reached on NW35; New Grad Dorm to Go Forward
After a series of last-minute compromises, the majority of students on the NW35 planning committees reached agreement by the March 31 deadline with administrators on basic physical space allocations as well as potential rent structures for the new graduate dormitory. The building is now expected to go forward on schedule.
Harvard: No Tuition For Parents Making Under 60K Annually
The quest by prestigious colleges to attract more low- and middle-income students is turning into a financial aid arms race.
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