Cambridge Criticizes Institute
The Cambridge City Council met last night with MIT and Harvard officials to discuss plans for future development.
Freshmen Choose Officers
The Class of 2004 elected Patrick Y. Kim ’04 as their new president in last week’s class council elections.
Kerry Speaks at Development Forum
In a keynote address to a forum on sustainable development held at MIT, Massachusetts Senator John Kerry made a strong plea to bring environmental issues to the forefront of politics and to reform the American education system.
Irwin W. Sizer
While at MIT, he held several important academic positions. He became the chairman of the department of biology in 1957 and dean of the graduate school in 1967. A strong proponent of diversity, Sizer worked during his tenure as a dean to improve the number of women and minorities at the institute.
MBTA to Construct Silver Line Tunnels
The construction of the Silver Line will be split into two phases. Part A of Phase I will link Dudley Station to downtown Boston in its own dedicated lane. Part B of Phase I, which is currently under construction, will consist of a tunnel from South Station to the South Boston Piers area.
WORLD AND NATION
West Tells Milosevic to Step Down After Opposition Win
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A Showering Solution
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BOOK REVIEW: When We Were Orphans -- An Intelligent and Nuanced Book
CONCERT REVIEW: Fuel -- On Fire
CONCERT PREVIEW: Marvelous 3 and SR-71 -- The Too-Much-Rock-For-One-Band Tour
EXHIBIT REVIEW: Technique Photo Gallery -- Not Just the Great Dome or 77 Mass. Ave.
EXHIBIT REVIEW: Tech Photo Gallery -- Capturing the Art of Ordinary Events
FILM REVIEW HHH: Urbania -- An Innovative Approach to a Tired Genre
FOOD REVIEW: Campus Cheap Eats -- Aramark CafÉs
FOOD REVIEW: The Essential Vegetarian
MOVIE REVIEW H: Urban Legends: Final Cut -- Let’s Hope the Legend’s Finally Over
MUSIC REVIEW: State of the Airwaves -- Morphine, Mavies, and Music Television
MUSIC REVIEW: Madonna: Music -- Better “Music” Would Bring the People Together
ROADKILL BUFFET: A Veritable Feast
THEATRE REVIEW: Dead End -- Lives Up to Its Name
Fall 2000 Career Fair Kicks Off: This Year Marks the Second Time the Three Sponsoring Organizations are Holding Joint Fair
5 Years Later, Berenson Awaits Civilian Trial
How to Get a Job: Four Easy Steps
THE BIG RACE 2000: Perspectives on Economy
What Companies Want in an Employee: With Today’s Job Market, the Sky’s the Limit
Scientists Explain Declining Immune Response in AIDS Patients
Katherine H. Allen
Unexpected Bacterial Similarities May Lead to Vaccine
Nuclear Containers May Dissolve
Team Tests 150-ton Magnet In Japan
Peptides Prove Useful as Nanobuilders
Write Science for The Tech!
As the use of nuclear fuel skyrockets around the world, a team of MIT scientists led by Civil and Environmental Engineering Professor Franz-Josef Ulm has been asking a simple question: where is the waste going to go? Ulm and others have raised concerns about the ability of cement containers to hold nuclear waste over the long term.
Surgical Accident Sparks Innovation