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News

6.270 Raiders Will Square Off Tonight
Students Prepare Presentations of Residential Design Proposals
Courses Aim to Produce Charming MIT Students
Uncertain Future Prompts Houses to Try IAP Rush

World and Nation

Republicans Win Potentially Costly Victory on Witnesses
Clinton OKs More Aggressive Response to Iraqi Attacks
Military Presence in Bosni to Drop Over Next Two Months
Cancer Relapse Brings Jordan's King Hussain Back to U.S. Clinic
News Briefs I
News Briefs II
Weather: Cold and Bright

Columns

My Day in Middlesex County Court
Shop 'Til You Drop
Got Milk?

Letters to the Editor

Ring underestimates Bradley, Bush

Arts

Movie Reviews: Winter Film Reviews
Theater Review: Ragtime
Movie Review: Affliction
Film Review: Koyaanisqatsi

Sports

Women's Indoor Track Finishes Second In Quad Cup
Fencers' Success Places Team At Top of Conference Rankings
Women's Swimming Loses to Wellesley
Men's Volleyball Team Edges Out Wentworth

Comics



Photographs

Greg Kuhnen -- The Tech
Members of MIT Hillel performed "Greased Lightening" during their spontaneous production of Grease Friday in East Campus.
Michelle Povinelli -- The Tech
Erica H. Peterson '02 proudly displays her creation Monday during the first round of the 6.270 competition.
Annie Choi -- The Tech
Ngan-Fong Huang '02, left, and Kan Liu '02 prepare a vegetarian dish during a gourmet vegetarian cooking class in Networks Saturday.
Greg Kuhnen -- The Tech
Katie Spade '99 passes the ball to Vicky Best '99 in Tuesday's game against Babson College. MIT lost in overtime 61-57.