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News

Grads to Gather on Killian Court Today  
Campus Police Labor Dispute with MIT Enters Second Year
Fraternity Member Fought Alumni, Corporation for Right to Stay in House
Ticket Trade Website Shut Down by MIT
Johnson Talks on Leading MIT Through Unsettled Time   
Faculty Committee Re-examines End-of-Term Rules
Isaac Colbert to be Promoted To Dean of Graduate Students  
Admissions Yield Increases 5%, Focus Turns to Orientation ’99
Students Commemorate Rota with Candles and Coke  
Deadline for Final RSSC Report Extended
Police Log
Correspondence between President Vest and ‘Click and Clack’

World and Nation

Yugoslavia Yields to NATO’s Demands in Kosovo Conflict
N.Y. Stock Exchange to Delay Start of After-Hours Trading
Senate Candidate from N.Y. Bows Out to Make Way for First Lady
Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Rivlin to Step Down from Post
News Briefs
News Briefs

Editorial

Extend the Deadline

Columns

Tech*nol”o*gy
I Hate The Real World
The After Generation

Letters to the Editor

Graduate Housing Inaction

Arts

ALBUM REVIEW: Big Sugar -- Pure, gutsy, unrevolutionary rock  
ALBUM REVIEW: Pizzicato Five -- Japan’s best kept secret  
BOOK REVIEW: Holding the Center -- MIT President’s reign through turbulent times
BOOK REVIEW: The Ground Beneath Her Feet -- Salmon Rushdie’s “rock and roll” novel
CONCERT REVIEW: Econoline Crush -- Vicious electronic rock translates well onstage  
DANCETROUPE: Fury  
DAVE MATTHEWS BAND  
EC’S HURST ON ROCK, RADIO AND THE GREAT WHITE NORTH
MOVIE REVIEW: Bedrooms and Hallways -- Musical Beds
MOVIE REVIEW: Where do politicians come from?
MOVIE REVIEW: Fruitless mediocrity
MOVIE REVIEW: Star Wars: Episode I -- The Phantom Menace -- The power of myth  
MOVIE REVIEW: The Mummy
MOVIE REVIEW: The Winslow Boy -- Supreme craftsman wastes his skill
MUSIC REVIEW: State of the Airwaves -- Allstars, Teen Stars, And Annoying TV Star
ON THE SCREEN
ON THE TOWN: A weekly guide to the arts in Boston June 4 - 10
REPORTER’S NOTEBOOK: Star Wars -- The Phantom Mania
THEATER REVIEW: The Mikado -- Kiss Me Katisha

Features

Feature of the Week: MIT Chorallaries  
The End of Science?: An interview with Science Journalist John Horgan
This week’s question: What was your most memorable moment at MIT?
Famous Architecture: Unique Buildings Echo MIT’s Innovative Style  

Sports

Water Polo Is Eighth-Ranked
Several MIT Athletes Earn All-America Recognition
Women’s Track Finishes Regular Season Undefeated

Comics

Dammed for Life
Down with Science

Photographs