‘Camping’ Banned and Gag Rule Repealed For 2006 Frat Rush|
“Hey, wanna play some Frisbee?” This casual invitation is posed by eager fraternity brothers to unsuspecting freshmen, has been an opportunity for upperclassmen to scope out pledge prospects before rush officially kicks off with the Greek Griller this Saturday, Sept. 2nd.
Hockfield: Balancing Work, Life is A Challenge MIT’s Sixteenth President Speaks About Her Job, the MIT Corporation, and Her Advice to Freshmen
This is the final interview in the five-part series introducing new students to administrators and student leaders on campus. Today,
Most Frosh Get to Move In Lottery
Of the 152 freshmen who entered the housing adjustment lottery earlier this week, 124 were able to move,
Housing Lottery Moves
Adjustment Lottery Results
Take a Break and Explore Boston’s Museums and Parks
When classes begin in a few days, you’ll soon find yourself struggling to balance life, school, and sleep. My advice? Take advantage of Pass/No Record grading and go out
Yearlong Exploration Offers Career Boost Coursework, Lectures Inspire Innovation
As freshmen explored campus this week, a different group of students were also getting to know the school. Ten professionals, seeking to make a career change but lacking the adequate technical expertise or social network to do so, are looking for a solution by becoming the first class to enter the new 10-month long Mid-Career Acceleration Program, coordinated by MIT’s Professional Educational Programs.
IS&T is increasing e-mail quotas
WORLD AND NATION
U.N.’s Annan to Press Syria To Crackdown on Arms Line