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News

Suicide To Blame In Death of Freshman
Oppold Urges Change In Address to the UA
Lotus Founder Kapor Advises $50k On New E-Commerce Opportunities
I/S Considers Moving from E40
New RLSLP Staffer To Support FSILGs
Harvard Plans to Build Two New Science Centers

World and Nation

Clinton Speaks with World Leaders at Hussein Funeral
Legal Conundrums Dominate Closure of Impeachment Trial
McFarlane Paid $3 Million for McGwire's 70th Home Run Ball
U.S. Unveils Drug Plan, Reports Explosion in Cocaine Production
Microsoft Officer at Antitrust Trial Acknowledges Internet Acknowledges
News Briefs I
News Briefs II
Weather: Fair Weather February

Columns

Paranoia Problems
Stamping Out a Cultural Icon
Stuck in the Middle

Letters to the Editor

Appalled by Reg Day Porn

Arts

Theatre Review: She Loves Me
Theatre Review: The Good Person of Sezuan

Sports

Men's Volleyball Team Defeats Harvard In Five Set Comeback
MIT Men's and Women's Alpine Ski Teams Perform Well
Men's Ice Hockey Wins Sixth Straight
Fencing Teams Show Strength Against Division I Competition
Women's Track Takes Second at Bates Meet

Comics


Down With Science

ranDOMEland

Bart Squeak

Photographs


Wang, the Water Seller (Anand Sarwate '01) realizes the gods have come back to speak with him.
Greg Kuhnen -- The Tech
Michael Posner gracefully dips Reena Freeman during the 8th Annual Harvard Invitational Ballroom Dance Competition. The competition ran Saturday and Sunday.

Ladislov Sipos (Aditya Prabhakar '00) waits on a costumer (Stephanie Sharo '99).
Greg Kuhnen -- The Tech
MIT dancers Mark Sheldon and Mercedes Van Deck smile for the judges in the Harvard Invitational Ballroom Dance Competition.

The first god (Ira Gerhardt '99) makes a proclamation to Wang, the Water Seller.
Greg Kuhnen -- The Tech
Michael Otero and Marta Lipinski G tango in the advanced open round of the Harvard Invitational Ballroom Dance Competition.
Amalia Balash (Cara Yara '97) and Georg Nowack (Eugene Park '98) quarrel (again) about how to fill a tube of Mona Lisa.
Gabor Csanyi -- The Tech
Police lines section off MacGregor courtyard after Michael Manley '02 fell to his death from the 14th floor in an apparent suicide Saturday.