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Issue 14 : Friday, March 20, 1998
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UA Presidential Election to Be Rerun Because of Violations
MIT Shines in Programming Contest, Putnam Math Exam
Teams Design New Storage Systems in TBP Engineering Design Contest
World and Nation
India Installs Nationalist Government Amid Concerns
Governors Agree to Support 3-Year Ban on Internet Taxes
Iraq Seems to Be Keeping Word in Allowing Access to Facilities
Clinton's Testimony Confirmed and Attacked by New Evidence
New Mexican Nationality Bill Allows Expatriates to Be Citizens
Weather: Spring Reigns?
Trust Betrayed by Election Impropriety
Evaluating Evacuation Day: St. Patrick's Day Might Be a Celebration of Immigration
The Health of a Vegan Texan
Election, Perception, Machination
Letters to the Editor
Photograph Choice in Poor Taste
Election Enforcement Not Even-Handed
Comic Should Have Been Delayed
Lebanon Instigated War with Israel
The Vegetarian Gourmet: The Great American Meatout
A Collection of Vegetarian Web Sites
Facts About Vegetarianism
If you've seen Chan, you've seen them all
On The Town
Nordic Ski Team Ends Season on High Note with Kleiss' Win
Greg Kuhnen--The Tech
Josh E. Glazer '00, Tanis A. O'Conner '01 and Jessica M. Kleiss '00 (top to bottom) of Roadkill Buffet perform the skit "Buddha has Spoken" at the Coffeehouse yesterday evening.
T. Luke Young--The Tech
Building 20 will be demolished this Spring to make way for a new Electrical Engineering and Computer Science building . Constructed as a temporary building during World War II, Building 20 later served as the birthplace for achievements ranging from stroboscopic photography to advances in the science of linguistics. "The Magical Incubator," a day-long celebration honoring the people who worked in Building 20 and achievements made there in the past 55 years, will be held in Edgerton Hall (34-101) on Friday, March 27.
Dennis Yancey--The Tech
Author Bruce Sterling reads selections from his work on the theme of "Media and Imagination" in 26-100 yesterday evening as part of a series sponsored by the Lecture Series Committee and the Film and Media Studies Department.
Agnes Borszeki--The Tech
Soprano soloist Kathleen Campbell, accompanied on piano by MArgaret Ann Martin, performs Victorian parlor songs yesterday at noon in the MIT chapel. Campbell created a 19th century atmosphere by telling anecdotes related to the songs and explaining the musical and historical background of the era.
Karlene Rosera--The Tech
Garry Maskaly '00 serves in the second set of Monday evening's game against Johnson and Wales University in duPont Gymnasium. MIT won 3-0 (15-4, 15-13, 15-13).
Perhaps... by Jennifer DiMase
Bartholomew Squeak by Solar Olugebefola
Rhino Man by Zachary Emig
Noun Poetry by Katy-Cat
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