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Tuesday, April 25, 2000
Volume 120, Number 22

News

  Student Opposition Halts Death of ‘Dot’
After students protested in McDermott Court yesterday, President Charles M. Vest and the Department of Facilities have tentatively agreed to save the ‘Dot.’
  Economist Leaves for Princeton
Renowned economics Professor Paul R. Krugman PhD '77 will leave MIT to become a professor at Princeton University next fall.
  Residence Midway Draws Small Spring Rush Crowd
The Interfraternity Council had hoped that last Friday s residence midway would be a sort of grand opening for spring rush. Instead, low turnout marked an ominous beginning to what will become an important feature of FSILG recruitment in 2002.
  By Dana Levine
The Undergraduate Association defeated legislation at last night s Council meeting which would have allowed for the direct election of UA Councillors.

World and Nation

  News Briefs
News Briefs
Weather: Making Split Decisions

Editorial

  The ‘Dot’ Safe...For Now

Columns

  Like Thieves in the Night
Staving Off ‘Roadshow’ Scandal
Over-the-Counter Herbal Hazards

Letters to the Editor

  McDermott Court Must Be Preserved

Features

  For the Students, By the Students: Nightline Provides Counseling, Information, and Support Services
Operation Smile: Program Offers a Normal Life for Children Born with Congenital Deformities
Poetry Corner
This Week in MIT History

Sports

  Upcoming Home Event
A.L. Central Division Is Cleveland’s Crown Again

Comics

  @EDU
Fun with Clip Art
Occasional Comic
Praying for a ‘P&8217;
the crass rat
Down with Science
Xippo's Courseload

Photographs