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News

Baker House Party Results in Citations
Chomsky Speaks About the Effect of Wealth on U.S. Foreign Policy
Mani, Lin Campaign For Increased School Spirit
McGann, Nemzer Want Students Involved in UA
Uninsulated Pipe Freezes, Bursts at Baker House
D'Arbeloff Discusses Her Life And Defiance of Gender Roles
Former Air Force Head Named Institute Professor
Center Formed to Study Bilingualism

World and Nation

Clinton Praises Effort To Use Surplus to Fund Social Security
U.S. Warns of Chinese Military Buildup, Condemns Rights Abuses
NRA Proposes Legislation To Protect Gunmakers from Lawsuits
Livingston Sounds Conciliatory Note While Leaving Congress For Good
News Briefs I
News Briefs II
Weather: Winter Finally Makes an Appearance

Columns

MIT's Housing Failures
Reflections on Chomsky's Dissent
Pennies from Hell
An End to Political Correctness

Letters to the Editor

Disturbing Senior Survey Results
The Value of Style
Erratum

Arts

Restaurant Review: Boston Coffee Shops
Lecture Review: Langston and Martin
Movie Review: Elizabeth
Movie Review: Office Space
Music Review: Imperial Teen
Gene Siskel: Thumbs up. Hats off.
Video Game Review: Gauntlet Legends
Food Review: Burdick Chocolates
Food Review: The Essential Vegetarian
Dance Review: SP@MIT
Lecture Review: James Ellroy
BSO Rush Tickets

Sports


Women's Indoor Track Races at Smith Meet
X-Country Teams Ready for Regional Championship

Comics


Bart Squeak

Ale Smith's Harvard Bridge

Down With Science

Photographs

Rita Lin -- The Tech
Nikolaos Michalakis '01 sets up for a powerful spike in Wednesday's game against Daniel Webster College. MIT won the match in five games.
Annie Choi -- The Tech
The Anime Club, Dance Troupe, Ballroom Dance Team, and Dance Mix Coalition joined forces to put on SP@MIT in La Sala de Puerto Rico Friday. The dance featured professional and student DJ's.
Annie Choi -- The Tech
Goalie John Zeheren '99 and his teammates defend their net against an onslaught of Springfield College opponents Tuesday. MIT held off the Springfield offense and won the game 7-1.