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Issue 18 : Friday, April 10, 1998
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Flood Forces Move of Bldg. 34 Classes
Oppold, Kelly Declared Winners in Second Round of UA Balloting
GSC Names Schneider President in Elections
Vehicle Hits, Kills Pedestrian on Memorial Drive
New One 2 One Gives Students More Peer Counseling Options
Dorms, ILGs Open Their Doors for Summer Housing
Summer Housing Options
World and Nation
Japanese Leader Plans to Revive Flagging Economy
Justice Department Urges Starr to Probe Conservative Critics
Report Says Iraq Still Hiding Information Despite Promise
Clinton Woos Tobacco Farmers as Companies Throw in The Towel
World Briefs I
World Briefs II
Weather: Spring Unsprung
Let There Be Light: MIT's Dreary Spaces Could Stand Some Illumination
Offending American Sensibilities
Strange Weather for Strange Times
Letters to the Editor
Wan Column Misrepresents NEA
Gale Story Was Speculative, Irreverent
Gale Coverage Raises Important Points
'Noun Poetry' Deserves Better
Lots to Catch Phishing Off the Islands
On The Town
Varsity Lightweights Destroy Army Crew
MIT Gymnasts Earn All-American Honors after Outstanding Season
Noore-Punjab Dance Team Gets Second at Competition
Equestrians Ride to End of First Season
Miodrag Circovic--The Tech
Peter Ivy demonstrated glass blowing techniques yesterday as a part of a series of consultations held every Thrusday this month in the glass blowing studio.
Amy Yen--The Tech
Jeremy Nimmer '00 performs the solo in "Concerto for Timpani" by Michael Colgrass on Wednesday evening in Kresge Auditorium.
Angela Mislowsky '99 lines up a shot in her 5-7, 7-5, 7-5 victory in Wednesday's match against Brandeis University. MIT lost 2-7.
Ajai Bharadwaj--The Tech
Marilyn Vogel '98 juggles the ball in Tuesday's lacrosse game against Wheaton College. The 18-10 win was MIT's first victory in its conference this year.
Wan Yusof Wan Morshidi--The Tech
Thomas A. Lada '01 chips away at his sculpture, "Key of Ice," as a part of last weekend's Battle of the Classes.
Gabor Csanyi--The Tech
Artist in Residence Tina Packer and Johnny Lee Davenport perform the second part of the trilogy
Women of Will
, a study of Shakespear's female characters. The performance was hosted by the Office of the Arts on Wednesday.
Miodrag Circovic--The Tech
Baldemar Mejia '98 pitches against the Savannah College of Art and Design yesterday. MIT lost 8-2.
Photo Essay: The Mystery of Edwin Drood
Photos by Greg Kuhnen
The Reverend Crisparkle (Randy D. Weinstein G) reassures Helena Landless that everything will work out.
John Rasper (Ryan J. Kershner '98) dreams opium induced dreams in the Princess Puffer's (Katherine A. Getzewich) den.
Helena Landless (anna M. Galea G) consoles Rosa Bud (Anna K. Benefiel '00) after an encounter with the choir director.
The cast of the show votes on killing off a character; most of the decisions in the play are made by the audience.
Neville Landless (Seth M. Bisen-Hirsh '01) and Edwin Drood (Veronica C. Page) bring their argument to the brink of violence.
Off Course by Hugo Ayala
Rhino Man by Zachary Emig
Noun Poetry by Katy-Cat
Dammed for Life by Jessica
Perhaps... by Jennifer DiMase
Bartholomew Squeak by Solar Olugebefola
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