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News

Head of NAACP Speaks at the 25th Annual MLK Celebration
Vest to Award Three MacVicar Fellowships at Recpetion Today
CA Man Charged for Sending Racist E-mail; MIT Students Are Affected
Holl Discusses Ideas For New Dormitory
Reg Day Porn Makes a Comeback
Burchard Scholars Announced
New Guidelines For Career Fairs Released

World and Nation

Iraq Withdraws Forces From No-Fly Zones after Air Strikes
Senate Rejects Live Testimony By Lewinsky, Nears Conclusion
Serbian Leaders Say They Will Attend Peace Talks on Kosovo
HIV Medicines Show Unexpected Results, Harm Immune System
News Briefs I
News Briefs II
Weather: Fickle February

Columns

It's Cool To Follow The Rules
Nice Guys Finish Last
Growing Up

Arts

Movie Review: The Thin Red Line
Restaurant Review: Penang

Sports

Feldman Shatters Freshman 5,000m Record By 16 Seconds

Comics


Down With Science

ranDOMEland

Bart Squeak

Photographs

Krzystof Gajos -- The Tech
Anand Sarwate '01 takes an aside in Dramashop's production of The Good Person of Szechuan.
Krzystof Gajos -- The Tech
.T.I.M, MIT's resident rodent, cuts a slice from his birthday cake at a party held on Tuesday in Lobby 7. The beaver has been MIT's mascot for 85 years.
Krzystof Gajos -- The Tech
Marketa Valterova '00 intimidates Ania Busza '99 in Dramashop's production of The Good Person of Szechuan, opening this weekend in Little Kresge Theater.
Annie Choi -- The Tech
Bob Moser '99 hangs above the net as he fires a spike at his Harvard Opponents in Wednesday's volleyball match. MIT won the match 3-2.
Greg Kuhnen -- The Tech
Sara Jo Elice '01 has a brief relapse of affection for her old flame, Carson Schutze G in the Musical Theater Guild's production of She Loves Me, opening tonight in La Sala de Puerto Rico.
Krzysztof Gajos -- The Tech
Harvard announced last week that it plans to invest between $150 and $200 million to promote scientific research and education over the next five years. The university has also announced a committment to the creation of at least two new science centers.