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News

Bates to Leave Institute  
MIT Suspends SAE For Alcohol Incident
Public Safety Central to Peixoto  
Aramark Price Increase Due to Labor Agreement
Nobel Award Winning Work Got Start at MIT

World and Nation

Senate GOP Leaders Give Finance Reform Proposal Rude Reception
Clinton Will Enforce Test Ban Treaty Despite Senate Defeat
Indonesian Students, Police Clash During Riot in Jakarta
Powerful Tokyo Bank Rivals Merge To Form World’s 2nd Largest Bank
Pakistani Army Chief Formally Takes Chief Executive Position
News Briefs
News Briefs
Weather: Frosty Forecast

Columns

The False Drug Mythology “Anything Goes” Attitude Dangerous, Immature
Justifying Athletics Reductions
Frankenstein’s Soybeans

Letters to the Editor

Drug Policy from a Historical Perspective
UROP Letter
Clarifications on “Sex@mit”

Arts

FILM REVIEW: Black Cat, White Cat -- A World of Their Own
FILM REVIEW: Earth -- Unforgettable
MUSIC REVIEW: State of the Airwaves -- Bowie, Barcelona, and a Bit on an Error
ON THE TOWN: A weekly guide to the arts in Boston October 8 - 15 Compiled by Fred Choi -- Send submissions to ott@the-tech.mit.edu or by interdepartmental mail to “On The Town,” The Tech, W20-483.
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Sports

W. Tennis Heads to Tourney Undefeated
Football Pulls Out an Amazing Comeback Win Against UMass
Women’s Volleyball Takes First Place At Williams’ Fall Classic Tournament
Amir Doesn’t Think Very Highly of Ohio Football
Cross Country Faces Region’s Top Teams
Field Hockey Inaugurates New Astroturf With Shutout of UMD

Comics

the crass rat
Down with Science
Fairytales@MIT
Tired Soles
Xippo's Courseload

Photographs