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Melissa Renee Schumacher—The Tech
The H1N1 Swine Flu virus has been spreading on campus. MIT Medical has been leading a campaign that attempts to reduce transmission.
September 18, 2009
Michelle I. Slosberg ’12 first realized she was sick at the T station last Sunday.
September 18, 2009
Many MIT students remember writing their long essay on the freshman application. The class of 2014 will not. The application’s 500 word long essay has been replaced with three short essays between 200 and 250 words in length.
September 18, 2009
As of Wednesday afternoon, 338 freshmen out of the 591 freshmen men were offered a bid to join a fraternity. A total of 437 bids were handed out, up from last year’s 405, said Interfraternity Council Recruitment Chair David B. Stein ’10. The biggest change in the this year’s Rush process was an overhaul of the Clearinghouse system, the software which tracks rushees.
September 18, 2009
A hundred people showed up to 10-250 yesterday for a forum intended to involve MIT community members in the plans to fix MIT’s $150 million budget shortfall.


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