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MIT’s Grad Schools Rank Top in Nation
Faculty Initiate Changes to Phase I Writing Requirement
UA Announces Class Council Officers
All Prefrosh Invited To Preview Weekend
Students Protest Aramark Monopoly with Boycott  
Holl Discusses Initial Dormitory Designs
Peace Corps Director Seeks Increase in MIT Recruits  

World and Nation

NATO, U.S. Issue Warnings Of Air Strikes Against Serbs
GOP Pounces on Clinton’s Conduct Of Foreign Policy in China, Kosovo
U.S. Boom Economy Widens Trade Deficit to $1.7 Billion
Rudman Appointed to Lead U.S. Nuclear Security Review
Pressure Builds on GOP Leaders To Condemn White Supremacists
News Briefs I
News Briefs II
Weather: Tranquil Weekend


Improving The Writing Requirement


Playing the Politics of Feminism
In Search of Spring
Moving Forward on Genetics

Letters to the Editor

Ventilation Report Not Substantiated


BOOK REVIEW: Sluggy Freelance -- There’s more than porn on the ’net
EXHIBIT REVIEW: Cats! Wild to Mild -- Not entirely unpleasant  
FOOD REVIEW: Food Trucks -- More variety than any indoor cafeteria  
FOOD REVIEW: The Essential Vegetarian -- Even vegans can boycott Aramark
MOVIE REVIEW: 200 Cigarettes -- Misery and the 80’s
MOVIE REVIEW: The Deep End of the Ocean -- Sea-sick plot eventually reaches solid ground
MOVIE REVIEW: God Said “Ha!” -- It’s a wonderful life
MOVIE REVIEW: Tango -- A treasure trove of dancing, music and thoughts
MUSIC REVIEW: Sleater-Kinney -- The Hot Rock in more ways than one  
MUSIC REVIEW: Science Park -- More than just B-Fields  
MUSIC REVIEW: Tin Star -- Post-Humanistic Style
MUSIC REVIEW: Videodrone -- Often sloppy but shows potential  
ON CAMPUS: Aandhi -- The storm has come -- ‘bhangra on, dudes!’
ON THE TOWN: March 19 -- April 2
RESTAURANT REVIEW: Hungry I -- The romance is not worth the price  


Men’s Volleyball Loses to Harvard In Season Finale
Kleiss Places Second In USCSA Championships