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Issue 6 : Friday, February 20, 1998
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Orientation Undergoes Further Changes Following Discussion
MIT Scores Well in Latest
Architectural Design Class Creates Models of New Dormitory
Stabbing of Harvard Student Prompts Lawsuit from Family
World and Nation
Annan Confident in Mission to Avert U.S. and Iraq War
U.S., Iranian Wrestlers Break Diplomatic Ground in Tourney
Latest Issue in Lewinsky Case Centers on Executive Privilege
FCC Restricts Phone Companies' Selling of Service to Customers
World Briefs I
World Briefs II
Weather: Low Expectations
Politicus Irrelevanticus: What to Do When the Stock Market Supplants the Marketplace of Ideas
To the Beat of a Different Thermostat: The Long Story of My Indefatigable Obsession with Shorts
Not 'Just for Women' Anymore
Letters to the Editor
More a Graduate Program Than Not
Hodges' Disappointing Exclusion
General Chaos: Uncensored Animation: A Sick and Twisted Festival By Any Other Name...
The Vegetarian Gourmet
On The Town
Alpine Skiers Close Out Season with Good Race Performances
Kareem Benjamin G shoots over two Norwich University defenders in Tuesday's game in Rockwell Cage. MIT won 83-51.
Gabor Csanyi--The Tech
The Baron (Setch Cooperman '99) dances with the company during the dress rehearsal on Tuesday.
David Tarin--The Tech
Edward Hoagland, the essayist and writer, reads selections of his work on Wednesday night in 6-12 as part of the authors@mit series.
Thomas E. Murphy--The Tech
James Habyarimana '98 propels a ball along the wall in the squash match against Brown University.
Ajai Bharadwaj--The Tech
Vicky Canto-Ponce '00 drives hard to the basket through two defenders for two points. MIT beat Wellesley 71-56 Tuesday night in Rockwell Cage.
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