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Hayden and Barker May Switch Places

The Humanities and Engineering Libraries may soon have to switch places. The exchange is part of a proposal being considered by the Faculty Committee on the Library System to consolidate the Science and Engineering Libraries.

Postdoctoral Student Killed in Mexico

Constantine Giannitsis Ph.D. ’00, a postdoc in the Department of Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences, was murdered by three teenagers on Sunday, Dec. 31 in Taxco, Mexico.

CLC Orders Next House To Be Dry

In response to an October alcohol violation, the Cambridge License Commission placed Next House’s Third East wing on probation for six months and said that the entire dorm must remain dry for three months.

Herman Feshbach

Professor of Physics Robert L. Jaffe told Tech Talk that Feshbach “was as dogged in his defense of fundamental physics as he was kind in his mentoring of younger colleagues.”

Grad Dorm Construction to Proceed as Planned

“I think the integration of the dorm into the residential area has come a long way” since the original presentation of by MIT of its plans in September, said Liza Paden, secretary of the Board.

Gaggle Cops 121st Tech Managing Board Elections

The Tech survivors endured countless hardships during their month on Stratton Island. The show’s producers purposefully starved the contestants, providing them with only four catered meals per week. The poor souls were also cut off from all outside communication, save for seven Internet-ready iMacs and a 61-inch television with cable. The torture lasted until the bitter end, when the castaways had to endure a banquet at a three-star restaurant instead of the four-star treatment they had grown to expect.

Thursday, January 11

Wrestling vs. US Coast Guard Academy 7:00 p.m.


Candidate Chavez Withdraws From Confirmation Process