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News

Students Protest Tuition Hike During Traditional Annual Riot
UA Candidates Meet In Moderated Debate
Harvard Students Rally Against Sex Offenders
Students to Fly Aboard Reduced-Gravity Aircraft
Frank, Rockefeller Elected to Dormcon
Genetics Conference Will Focus on Ethics
1999 Finboard Allocations
Police Log

World and Nation

Clinton Defends Response In China Espionage Case
Congress Gives States Flexibility For Spending Federal School Aid
DNC Selects Los Angeles Site For 2000 National Convention
News Briefs
News Briefs II
Starr Seeks Criminal Charges Against His Own Spokesman
Weather: Let it Snow

Editorial

Boycott Dining Services

Dissent

Hitting ’em Where It Hurts

Columns

Far from Full Circle
The Insanity and Fun of Monica TV
A&F’s Advertising Image
What Has the UA Done for You?

Arts

WHY DID YOU END UP IN MATH, RATHER THAN MUSIC?:
ALBUM REVIEW: Ani DiFranco -- Latest album finds new beginning in old ground
ALBUM REVIEW: Dan Emery Mystery Band -- Sentiment and silliness
CONCERT REVIEW: Eagle-Eye Cherry -- “Save tonight” for Paradise
CONCERT PREVIEW: Stabbing Westward and Placebo -- A break from happy vibes
FOOD REVIEW: Local Ice Cream Shops -- Many flavors to cool you down
FOOD REVIEW: The Essential Vegetarian Vegan anyone?
MOVIE REVIEW: Cruel Intentions -- Cruel all right, but the intentions are mush
ON CAMPUS: Concert Band -- Good sound but unsound sight
ON CAMPUS: Roadkill Buffet -- The psychic equivalent of a paper cut
ON THE SCREEN: On The Screen
OPERA REVIEW: Lowell House Opera -- Yossele Solovey: work of genius
PERICLES: Tossed around
REMEMBERING STANLEY KUBRICK: A mindbending legacy
RESTAURANT REVIEW: India Pavilion -- Great food, great prices -- well worth the walk

Sports

MIT Equestrian Team Starts Season on a High Note