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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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