|MIT Activists Travel to DC, Protest IMF
A contingent of MIT student activists will join several thousand protesters this weekend in Washington D.C. to oppose the policies of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank (WB).
|Account of Post-WWII Japan Earns MIT Professor Pulitzer
Japanese History Professor John W. Dower was one of two Massachusetts professors who won the Pulitzer Prize on Monday. Dower won the prize for his non-fiction book Embracing Defeat: Japan in the Wake of World War II, and was accompanied by Amherst College Professor Lewis Spratlan, who won the Pulitzer prize for his opera, Life Is a Dream.
|CP’s Annual Report Shows Rise in Crime
In the recently released Annual Crime Report for 1999, the MIT Campus Police disclosed that crime on campus has increased significantly over the past year.
|Students Support Burn Victim
A student injured in Monday’s fire at Random Hall remained hospitalized on Thursday while the MIT community rallied to support her and the Campus Police officers who saved her life.
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