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East Campus residents prepare wildly-flavored liquid nitrogen ice cream during the CPW festival on April 16. The selection included blueberry, vanilla, mango, and rhubarb ice cream, along with an array of fun toppings.
STAFF REPORTER
April 17, 2009
Since 1999, Information Services and Technology has been collecting information about campus network traffic without an official policy governing how it may use or store the data.
STAFF REPORTER
April 17, 2009
This weekend, a record number of prospective freshmen are expected to arrive at MIT for this year’s Campus Preview Weekend. Over a thousand students from all over the world will gather for a nonstop 72-hour experience involving over 640 events.
CONTRIBUTING EDITOR
April 17, 2009
As administrators of MIT’s athletic department continue to deliberate on which of MIT’s 41 varsity sports will be cut, student athletes have little to do but wait for the decision, which is expected before the month’s end.
ASSOCIATE NEWS EDITOR
April 17, 2009
When Shuo Chen applied for a new U.S. visa from her home country on Dec. 18, she was expecting to receive it in time to return to MIT at the beginning of January. However, after turning in her application to the U.S. embassy in China, she was told that her application could take up to eight weeks.




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