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Issue 17 : Tuesday, April 7, 1998
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Aramark's Contract Extended by a Year
Annual Big Screw Contest Begins with Chorover at Head of Field
Ohio University Students Stage Street Riot after Time Change
World and Nation
Bomb Explodes Ouside of Russian Embassy in Latvia
Negotiators Struggle to Meet Deadline for Ulster Settlement
Supreme Court Refuses to Shield Confidential Tobacco Documents
Energy Secretary Pena Quits after Serving a Year in Office
Fueled by Optimism and Demand, Dow Cracks 9000 for First Time
World Briefs I
World Briefs II
Weather: Not so Exciting
Egg in The Face over Aramark
1920s Election, 1990s Style
Doubt About Gender Admissions
Spring Term IAP for a Refreshing Change
Pistol Team Gets Sixth in Atlanta Contest
Gymnastics Team Endures Tough Loss at West Point to End Season
Tennis Team Suffers Defeat at Amherst
Athletes of the Week
Allison Christenson '98
Michael Buttville '98
Miodrag Cirkovic--The Tech
Michael Posner and Ling Liau dance the Paso Doble on their way to placing second in the International Latin event at the second annual MIT Open Ballroom Dance Competition. The competition was held over the weekend in duPont Gymnasium.
Dannis Yancey--The Tech
Mike Parkins '99 leaps into the water jump on his way to first place in the steeplechase at Sturday's track meet.
Miodrag Cirkovic--The Tech
Steven M. Casey G and Diedre Pierotti strut on the way to the finals of the Open International Rhumba at this weekend's MIT Open Ballroom Competition.
Gabor Csanyi--The Tech
Anupama Pillalamarri '00 relates the story of "Gajendra Moksham" at Ek Nazar, the South Asian Cultural Show, last Saturday.
David Tarin--The Tech
Mary L. Krasonvic G (far left), Nicole Y. Morgan G (middle), and Alisha Sieminson '98 (far right) perform in "Box," a dance choreographed by Sieminson and preformed at Dance Troupe's Signature concert this weekend.
Dennis Yancey--The Tech
Simo Kamppari '98 spikes the ball in the first round of Saturday's 3-on-3 coed volleyball tournament in Rockwell Cage. Kamppori, Alarice Huang '00, and Robert Moser '99 went on to win the tourney, which was staged to raise money for the women's volleyball team.
Rita Lin--The Tech
Sandra W. Chan '98 plays Rose Alvarez, a.k.a. "Spanish Rose," as she tries to seduce Maude, played by John A. Miller '98, in the Next House production "Bye Bye Birdie."
Photo Essay: Lip Sync
Photos by Dennis Yancey and Ajai Bharadwaj
Kara S. Meredith '00 plays Sporty Spice for the song "Wannabe."
The Alpha Chi Omega pledge class of 1994 open the evening with "The Full Monty."
Sigma Nu acts out a scene in "Desperado."
Robert D. Lentz '98 of Phi Sigma Kappa portrays President Clinton in "The State of the Union." With him are Sumit Agarwal '98 as Hillary, Benjamin J. Moeller '99 as Chelsea, and David T. Tin '99 as Socks the cat.
Bartholomew Squeak by Solar Olugebefola
Off Course by Hugo Ayala
Perhaps... by Jennifer DiMase
Rhino Man by Zachary Emig
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