MIT's oldest and largest
newspaper & the first
on the web
Boston Weather: 64.0°F | A Few Clouds
Issue 44 : Tuesday, September 26, 1995
PDF of This Issue
Kim Wins Frosh President by Two; Other Races Close
MIT Named in Lawsuit Over Radiation Deaths
Greek Week Activities to Promote IFC Unity, Better Public Relations
New MIT Card Accesses More Services; Features Random ID Number
Holiday Scheduled to Balance
Bacow Begins Faculty Chair Job
Negotiations Begin for Two Properties for Sigma Kappa
Dole Likely to Speak For Republicans Club
Media Lab Project Creates Interactive Environment
World and Nation
Clinton Says He Won't Be Blackmailed into Budget
Palestinians in Hebron Tired Of Fighting, Look to Future
Hearings Suggest Ruby Ridge Tragedy Happened by Accident
Democrats Develop Plan to Reform Medicare; Less Severe than GOP
Agents Arrest Suspected Gunman in Roman Catholic Cardinal's Slaying
News Briefs 1
News Briefs 2
Weather: Jet Stream Blues
Letters to the Editor: "Jim's Journal" Is Hardly Okay: Jim is a Waste of Space and Money: Don't Get Rid of "Jim's Journal"
wrongly typifies Internet heroes
Newest drag journey on film is haphazard and unreal
Even with good rip-offs, UKJ is out of touch with times
Over 15,000 people, including these walking along Memorial Drive, participated in the American Cancer Society's third annual "Making Strides" walk on Sunday. The walk raised a record $1.5 million to fight breast cancer.
Adriane Chapman--The Tech
MIT sailors race this past weekend on the Charles River.
Eva Moy--The Tech
Many Cambridge residents, including these children relaxing in their wagon, attended the Central Square World's Fair on Sunday.
Thomas R. Karlo--The Tech
Steven M. Brunelli '96 pitches against Bentley College Saturday afternoon. MIT lost 4-3.
Eva Moy--The Tech
Twenty-five area businesses competed in the Arthritis Foundation's mini grand prix fundraiser Saturday at University Park.
Only Vol. 115
The Tech • 84 Massachusetts Avenue • Suite 483 • Cambridge, Mass. 02139-4300
p: 617.253.1541 • f: 617.258.8226 •
Copyright 2020 • The Tech