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ASSOCIATE NEWS EDITOR
April 20, 2007
Undergraduate Daniel J. Barclay '07 has been missing since Sunday, April 8. Barclay, 5'11", has brown hair and blue eyes, and may be wearing a dark fleece jacket, according to an MIT News Office press release. Barclay, 22, who is a former Opinion staff columnist for The Tech, was last seen in his Ashdown House residence.
ASSOCIATE NEWS EDITOR
April 13, 2007
Nearly 1,000 prospective freshmen are on campus for this year's Campus Preview Weekend. The weekend, which runs through Sunday, will offer over 600 activities at all hours for prospective freshmen and parents.
ASSOCIATE NEWS EDITOR
April 13, 2007
The search for freshman Ryan M. Davis '10, who has been missing since March 31, has been called off after the South Hadley Police found no signs of Davis or his whereabouts. Intensive ground search operations in the buildings, wooded areas, and mountains in and around Mount Holyoke College, where he was last seen, were called off, according to an article published in The Patriot Ledger Wednesday.
ASSOCIATE NEWS EDITOR
April 10, 2007
A freshman, apparently required to withdraw from MIT as part of a secretive disciplinary process, has been missing for over a week, according to the South Hadley, Mass. Police Department.
ASSOCIATE NEWS EDITOR
March 20, 2007
The Undergraduate Association voting Web site (http://vote.mit.edu) has experienced problems over the last few days as some users have been unable to vote without contacting the Election Commission. Michelle Jeong ’08, chair of the UA Election Commission, attributed the problem to lists provided by MIT that describe class affiliation and housing. She said that inaccuracies in those lists have commonly led to voting troubles.
STAFF REPORTER
March 16, 2007
“Biodiesel! … Woo!”
STAFF REPORTER
March 16, 2007
Confusion, bureaucracy, and claims of bias surround the current Undergraduate Association Class Council elections, as the status of candidate Prashant K. Dilwali '08 continues to be contested.
STAFF REPORTER
March 13, 2007
The Undergraduate Association Presidential/Vice Presidential debate drew a small crowd, as three pairs of candidates lobbied for community votes. During the debate, the candidates did not stray far from their platform statements.
STAFF WRITER
March 9, 2007
It was my first time at Bad Taste and I had no idea what to expect. I had heard tales of offensive skits, outrageous songs, and lines snaking through the MIT buildings, but, quite frankly, I believed none of them.
STAFF REPORTER
March 9, 2007
Over 4,000 community members lost e-mail access early Wednesday morning in an outage that still affects some users.
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