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Eddie Moore, Jr., Kieran A. Mclaughlan ’11, and Leah R. Dancy ’08 (left to right) eat lunch on Kresge Oval after Moore spoke at Wednesday’s Orientation diversity event. Moore is the director of diversity at the Bush School in Seattle.
EDITOR IN CHIEF
August 31, 2007
A higher percentage of eligible freshmen entered the Housing Adjustment Lottery this year as compared to last year, with a lower percentage of those entering the lottery being allowed to move into a different dormitory. The lottery, which closed on Tuesday, allowed freshmen to either choose to stay in the building they had been temporarily assigned during the summer or rank up to four other dormitories to which they would like to move.
NEWS EDITOR
August 31, 2007
Sorority recruitment begins tomorrow with day-long activities as potential new members of MIT’s five sororities try to find the right fit. This is the first time since 2002 that sorority recruitment will occur in the fall.
NEWS EDITOR
August 31, 2007
This is the fifth interview in a seven-part series introducing incoming students to some of MIT’s faculty, staff, and student leaders. Today, The Tech interviews MIT Police Chief John DiFava, who talks about his background with the Massachusetts State Police and security at MIT.
ASSOCIATE NEWS EDITOR
August 31, 2007
Rush kicks off with the Greek Griller tomorrow in Killian Court at noon, and fraternities are preparing to lure freshmen with free lobster dinners, off-campus jaunts, and other pricey events.



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