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Issue 63 : Friday, December 5, 1997
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New IFC Officers To Focus on Image
Dormitories Channel Alcohol Funds Elsewhere
Planning Office Survey Paves the Way For Possible Transportation Changes
Alcohol Policy Stalls At Academic Council
GSC Meeting Minutes
World and Nation
Lawmakers Question Proof Of Donor's Military Service
HIV-Medicaid Plan Scrapped; Drugs Deemed Too Expensive
President of India Dissolves Parliament, Midterm Vote Set
New Report Says White House 'Obstructed' Human Rights Issues
News Briefs I
News Briefs II
Weather: Drizzle and Flurries
Breaking The Rules: Instead of Abusing Students, Professors Should Enforce End-of-Term Rules
Desktop Design for Dummies
To Teach or Not To Teach: Professors Might Try a New Approach to Classes -- Caring about Teaching
Rhino Man -- By Zach Emig
Trivia: Biographical Languages
Movie Review: Anastasia -- Another studio ventures into DisneyUs territory.
The Vegetarian Gourmet
Ballroom Dancers Make Strong Showing at Brown
Upcoming Home Events
Coach Larry Anderson presents Melvin Pullens '98 with a basketball that commemorates the 1,000th point scored during his college career.
Melvin Pullens '98 pulls up to shoot in front of a Brandeis University defender. MIT lost Tuesday's game 67-66.
Thomas E. Murphy -- The Tech
Coriolanus (Brett Taylor, right) exclaims in anger despite the pleas of Menenius Agrippa (Jeremy R. Butler '98). The Theater Arts Section production of ShakespeareUs play is showing tonight and tomorrow night in Little Kresge theater.
Vicky Best '99 drives in the lane with authority during TuesdayUs game against Carleton. MIT lost 63-46.
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