Following Protest, Coordinator Will Not Live at Senior House
Residential coordinators will not live in Senior House next year, announced Dean for Student Life Larry G. Benedict at a meeting with concerned Senior House residents.
Devereaux Elected UA President
The undergraduate population elected Jaime E. Devereaux ’02 and Allison L. Neizmik ’02 Undergraduate Association President and Vice President last week.
SIPB Members’ Hack Draws Legal Controversy
Usually six lines of text won’t get you more than a poor poem, but it thrust Keith J. Winstein ’03 and Marc H. Horowitz ’92 into the middle of a major controversy. The two members of the Student Information Processing Board created a very small program that decodes DVDs and has reopened the debate on computer code, copyright laws, and freedom of speech.
Undergraduate Advising Study Results Show Varying Quality Among Departments
The quality of undergraduate academic advising varies enormously in different departments, according to a survey presented by the UA Subcommittee on Advising and Faculty-Student Relations at the Undergraduate Association meeting yesterday.
Good Speakers, Good Company At Biotechnology Conference
I arrived in Kresge Auditorium Saturday at 8:50 a.m. -- an absurdly early hour for an MIT student -- to update that database also known as my brain on the changing field of biotechnology at this year’s Conference on Biotechnology, sponsored by MIT and Harvard’s Hippocratic societies.
WORLD AND NATION
Mediators, Rebels Meet to Discuss Demands from Chiapas Uprising
Stock Market Plunge Renews Fears of Oncoming Recession
Summers Designated as 27th President of Harvard University
Weather Confusing Ice
The Continuing Communication Problem
Advisers on Hand
Winners in the Elections
A Modest Proposal Eliminating Undergraduates Would Make Life at the Institute Much Easier
Community Space and Child Care
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
A Sexist Attack
BOOK REVIEW: Angles of Reflection -- Intersecting Worlds Collide
BOOK REVIEW: More Stories From My Father’s Court -- Concentrated, Curdled Life of a Nobel Laureate
EXHIBIT REVIEW: Mammoths Migrate to Museum of Science -- Museum Debuts “Prehistoric Worlds, Backyard Discoveries”
FILM REVIEWHHH1 2: You Can Count On Me -- A Cannes Winner Unearths the Blithe and Bitter In Daily Life
FOOD REVIEW: The Essential Vegetarian -- Central Kitchen and a Light Spring Cooking Idea
MOVIE REVIEW H: 15 Minutes -- That’s Right, One Star!
MUSIC REVIEW: State of the Airwaves -- Rock, Rammstein, and Represent
THEATER REVIEW: Mother Courage and Her Children -- Give A.R.T. a Second Chance
Figure Skating Showcases Talent at Annual Show
Vermont Steals Spot From MIT Gymnasts
Lacrosse Dominates In Exhibition Match
Tuesday, March 13
the crass rat
Down with Science
Fun with Clip Art