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Issue 3 : Tuesday, February 10, 1998
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Urban to Step Down As Dean of Sloan School
Carter Announces New Funding in UA Speech
Keyser Discusses Hacks, Culture at TBP Lecture
AIR Editor Shares Scientif Humor
GSC Meeting Minutes
World and Nation
U.S. Will Send More Troops to Kuwait to Deal with Iraq
Lewinsky Scheduled to Appear Before Grand Jury Thursday
Clinton Will Endorse Tobacco Bill With $1.50 Cigarette Tax
Pre-Election Denial in Donation Case Shown as False in Report
World Briefs I
World Briefs II
Weather: Glancing Blow
Unify Registration Lotteries
"What About the Dardanelles?":A Historical Battle Tells Against Air Strikes on Iraq
An Appropriate Designation:M.Eng. Students Deserve Their Status as Graduate Students
Root for The Boys of February
Ballroom Dancers Bring Home Several Ribbons from Harvard
Athletes of the Week
Victoria Best '99
Andrew McCraith '98
Cornelia Tseng--The Tech
Elaine Chew G performs Chinese and French piano music in "Impressions From the East," a concert held Monday evening in Killian Hall. The accompanying photographic exhibition, which features scenes from Beijing, will be in the Wiesner Student Art Gallery until Feb. 28.
Robert W. Marcato G, Jeremy S. Lueck '99, and Richard S. Thompkins '98 perform the skit
Boston Institute of Rap
at the AEPhi Live show on Saturday night.
Michelle Machacek '98 holds position at the end of her program in the freestyle novice section of the MIT Intercollegiate Figure Skating competition. She placed first in a field of six on Saturday afternoon in Johnson Athletics Center.
Pianist Bret Silverman and violinist Michael Stevenson play Sonata Op. 13 by Gabriel Fuare in Killian Hall on Saturday afternoon.
Adriane Chapman--The Tech
Lauren Erb '01 and Elizabeth Krams '00 from the Women's Swim Team race Delta Upsilon and Number Six in the inner tube relay. "Race the Women's Swim Team" was held on Sunday as a fundraiser for the American Cancer Society.
Courtney Clench--The Tech
Maisha Gray '99 goes for a lay-up in last Thursday's game against Suffolk University in Rockwell Cage. MIT won 73-70.
Ajai Bharadwaj--The Tech
Patrick Dannen '98 makes his winning throw in the shot put on Saturday. MIT won the meet, beating out the local rival Tufts University.
Amy Yen--The Tech
Bryan Glick sings in his defense in the Gilbert and Sullivan Players' production of "Trial by Jury" held in Walker Memorial last weekend.
Off Course by Hugo
Perhaps by Jennifer DiMase
Dammed for Life by Jessica
Rhino Man by Zachary Emig
Bartholomew Squeak by Solar C. Olugebefola
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