Caltech Strikes Back, Retrieving Cannon|
The end of Campus Preview Weekend brought the passing of two temporary
Inside MIT’s D.C. Office, the Priority Is Policy
Beyond the sleepless nights, legendary hacks, and uniquely geeky reputation, MIT is a thriving institution whose success is tied directly to funding for research allocated at the national level.
Khoury Named as Associate Provost
MIT’s Dean for Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences, Philip S. Khoury, has been named to serve as associate provost, the Institute announced yesterday.
Simmons Still Under Review for 2004 Party
A year and a half after a birthday party involving underage drinking at Simmons Hall got out of hand, the dormitory is still feeling its impact, with the Cambridge License Commission voting last month to continue to review the dormitory’s efforts to curb underage drinking for another six months.
Big Screw Results As of Monday
With Rising Tuition, More Students Begin Footing College Bills
Alexandra Baldari and her parents have talked a good deal over the past year about how to pay for her college education, and the upshot is this: If she enrolls at the University of Miami in the fall, she will bear much of the cost, which could total $40,000 or more a year, on her own.
Letter From Fleming House
This letter was left at MIT along with a miniature cannon in place of the Fleming House Cannon, which was removed from McDermott Court by Fleming House residents and alumni early Monday morning.
WORLD AND NATION
Multitudes Rally Across U.S. For Illegal Immigrant Rights