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Alexander to Handle Institute Endowment New Head Not Proposing Big Changes

Late on a Friday morning, Seth Alexander says he wants to enjoy the day’s clear weather. “Finance guys don’t get to see a lot of the sun,” he says.

CME More Popular in Cambridge

The Cambridge-MIT Undergraduate Exchange, the British school’s only exchange program with a U.S. university, has seen higher student demand from Cambridge students than MIT students, consistent with previous years. About 50 MIT students applied to the program this year, according to Senior Associate Dean of Undergraduate Education Margaret S. Enders. Cambridge, on the other hand, had an applicant pool of over 100 students. Started in 2000, CME is a one-year program for third-year undergraduates, who pay normal tuition to their own universities.

IS&T Staff Fixing Recent Problems With Primary Web and Mailing Servers

Over the past week, Information Services & Technology has seen a variety of problems with, MIT’s primary Web server, and also with the mail server, which is responsible for accepting outgoing e-mail from campus users and routing it to the correct destination.

2006 Institute Screw Contest Results


ASA Elections Results



Bombs Rock Crowded Resort In Egypt, Killing At Least 30
At Least 40 Civilians, Security Force Recruits Reported Slain
Religious Leaders Sign Petition To Block Same-Sex Marriages
World Bank Said to Waste Money, Use False Data in Fighting Malaria
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Letters to the Editor


Imminent Collapse A Funny Thing Didn’t Happen to Me …
Ask Nutty B!


Two Pride Homeruns Key in Doubleheader Losses For Baseball
Softball Slugs Past Emmanuel 6-1, Scoring Five in Last Three Innings
Pride Softball Dominates Engineers, Outscoring MIT 19-3 in Doubleheader

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