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Friday, April 21, 2000
Volume 120, Number 21

News

  By Dana Levine
IFC members will conduct spring rush events this weekend in the first IFC-sanctioned period of new member recruitment held outside of the traditional rush period.
  Faculty Change Rules
Faculty members approved new term and exam regulations and discussed new degree programs in three departments at their monthly meeting Wednesday.
  By Kevin R. Lang
Long before major changes from the new residence system impact rush, dormitory selection, or first-year housing, the Office of Residential Life and Student Life Programs is facing a major restructuring to cope with implementation.
  By Rima Arnaout
The 24 Hour Coffeehouse will undergo renovations this summer, expanding into adjacent office space on the third floor of the Student Center.
  By Frank Dabek
The ticket of Peter A. Shulman U01 and Mendel Chuang U02 rolled to a comfortable victory in this yearUs Undergraduate Association Presidential elections.
  Students React To Media
A contingent of MIT student protesters returned Tuesday from the International Monetary Fund/World Bank protests held last weekend in Washington, D.C. The MIT group joined a larger Boston coalition and groups from around the country who attempted to prevent the two trade organizations from holding their meetings in the Capitol.
  Elizabeth H. Shin ’02
Elizabeth Shin '02, a biology major from West Orange, New Jersey, died last Friday morning at Massachusetts General Hospital from complications resulting from burns suffered in a fire at Random Hall last Monday night. She was nineteen.
In addition, a memorial service will be held next Tuesday evening at 7:00 p.m. in the MIT Chapel.

World and Nation

  Columbine High Remembers Victims of School Shooting
Elian’s Father Begs Americans To Lobby for Son’s Safe Return
Fossilized Heart Offers Support For Dinosaurs as Warm Blooded
Lebanese Security To Increase After Israel Pulls Out Troops
News Briefs
News Briefs
Weather: Rainy Easter Weekend

Columns

  A Bond of Vulnerability
Our Haunted Campus
It Came from Outer Space!

Letters to the Editor

  Thanks from Random
Questions on ‘Do It,’ ‘Caste System’

Arts

  CONCERT REVIEW: MIT Chamber Chorus — Encore!
FILM REVIEW *1/2: 28 Days — Alcoholism Lite
FILM REVIEW **1/2: The Road To El Dorado — Destination Nowhere
FILM REVIEW *1/2: Keeping the Faith — Losing the Touch?
FILM REVIEW ***: Onegin — A Fiennes Triumph
FOOD REVIEW: The Essential Vegetarian
JEFFREY I...
MUSIC REVIEW: State of the Airwaves — Judith, Jailbait, and Juggalos
ON THE SCREEN
ON THE TOWN
RESTAURANT REVIEW: Table For Two: Upstairs at the Pudding — Fine Dining, Harvard Style
STAGE REVIEW: Once on this Island — Morals Tomorrow

Features

  Shulman and Chuang Plan the UA’s Future: Election Reform, Administration Relations Set
Do It with Emotion
Poetry Corner
This Week in MIT History
Is discrimination an issue at MIT?

Sports

  A.L. West Previews: Seattle the Favorite
MIT Rugby Club Destroys Elder Boston RFC at Rogers Field
Equestrians Improve Ranking at Regionals
Continuing Trend, Freshmen Crew Dominant while Varsity Falters
Streaking Beaver Baseball Closing in on .500 Mark
Water Polo Clinches Easterns Seed
The 104th Annual Boston Marathon
Freshmen Heavyweight Crew
Upcoming Home Events

Comics

  Fun with Clip Art
the crass rat
Xippo's Courseload

Photographs