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Issue 68 : Tuesday, February 7, 1995
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Institutional Wisdom Watch
Strategic Housing Planning Committee
: Perverse attempt at top-down social engineering generates more heat than light.
: MIT's own President Bush spends his time out of town saving MIT's rear end. While the cat's away, the mice will play.
: MIT's Richie Rich complete with bronze Corvette. Botched UESA search, CMRAE. Woodshed time.
Dean Art Smith
: SHPC hurt, but we're sad to see you go. Art, we hardly knew ye.
Robert Randolph, SHPC Chair
: "We have listened" line wears thin. Motto: Vox Dean, Vox Dei.
Residence and Campus Activities
: Jablonski clears the air. Allen muddies the waters.
Picture book monkey
: Get it off our backs.
: ARA ditches name to improve image. Even the rats aren't fooled.
: Reading period? What reading period? MIT is still Hell.
John Hollywood, UA Committee on Student Life
: Survey-king running in an open field. UA presidential bid generates zero enthusiasm.
: Under siege, provost's $1 million saves the summer. But who will be Daddy Warbucks this year? Happy 25th birthday!
: Student government rejoins the battle. Now where'd I put my sword?
: Maximum Leader "Woja" Kermode single-handedly rules grad world.
: Memories of the police car fading fast. Where's Tetris?
UAP Vijay Sankaran
: Extracts UA from Bush Fund imbroglio, but to where?
: Like Spock, it takes three people to replace him. And it's still not the same.
: Cannabis-laden sheet drops behind deadlines.
: GOP victory brings champagne and brie to office. Maybe that's why they never publish?
: Outpublishes Thistle, becomes funny. Cilantro Boy new campus hero.
: Humor missing, later found. Ashdown: SHPC reported; dorm missing.
: MIT's O.J. whips Feds; it's back to the 5th Floor of the Student Center. Go Juice, go!
: The Deputy Secretary of Defense, our man in Washington, continues to be a player. Wisely sidesteps CIA quagmire.
: Because you can't sniff passwords in the clusters.
: With no rebate, membership has no privileges. Bring back the lingerie trees!
: Euphemism masks shallow plan. Can you say "layoffs"?
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