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Former Rep. Talks About Health Policy
Douglas, Poyneer Named 1998 Rhodes Scholars
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Gaggle Cops 119th Tech Managing Board Elections

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Astronauts Begin Cable Hookup For International Space Station
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Weather: The Rug is Out From Under Us


Dangerous Public Relations Ploy


Political Football
Approach Science Cautiously
Orange Ribbons for a Better Institute


Theater Review: What the Butler Saw
Arts Reviews: Holiday Events


Dammed for Life

Bart Squeak

Down With Science



Krzysztof Gajos -- The Tech
Wellesley College sophomore June Chen performs during the MIT Symphony Orchestra Concert Saturday in Kresge Auditorium. She was the winner of the MIT Symphony Concerto Competition.
Annie S. Choi -- The Tech
The Logarhytms spread holiday cheer as they sing a capella during their Logs Yule show Saturday in 10250.
Michelle Povinelli -- The Tech
MIT lecturer David Deveau plays piano with Boston University's Bayla Keyes at the violin and Michael Reynolds at the cello Sunday in Kresge Auditorium.
Garry Maskaly -- The Tech
Christina Gehrke '99 makes a shot on goal in Friday's game against UMass Amherst. MIT lost 04.
Yi Xie -- The Tech
Zach Inman '01 pulls up short to put up a shot in Saturday's game against the Wentworth Institute of Technology. MIT lost the game 6063.