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Bands Selected for Spring Weekend

The concert is the main event of MIT’s Spring Weekend.

Clifford G. Shull

Shull “was a wonderful colleague with a wry sense of humor,” said Dean for Research J. David Litster.

MIT Admits 1,632 Applicants For Freshman Class of 2005

The recent admittance of the incoming class of 2005 is a harbinger of a new generation of nerds who will make MIT proud.

Baltimore Delivers Hughes Talk

California Institute of Technology President and Nobel laureate Dr. David Baltimore delivered the 2001 Howard Hughes Lecture entitled “The Many Facets of NF-Kappa B,” on Friday, March 23 in a packed 10-250.

Berenson on Trial For a Second Time

“I consider myself a political prisoner,” Berenson said in the interview, according to the AP.

Africa Business Conference at Harvard Promotes Dialogue on Entrepreneurship

The conference was held at the Harvard Business School from March 23-24.

The following incidents were reported to the MIT Campus Police between March 1-April 1, 2001. This summary contains most incidents reported to the Campus Police but does not include incidents such as medical shuttles, ambulance transfers, false alarms, general service calls, etc.

March 1: Massachusetts Avenue bus stop, homeless person; Bldg. E25, homeless person sleeping on steps; Bldg. E15, homeless person; Bldg. E25, coat stolen, $220; Hayward Garage, two juveniles arrested for trespassing; Bldg. 10, ATM card left in machine and $100 withdrawn from account.

Wolpert Discusses Library System With Undergraduate Association

Ann J. Wolpert, MIT’s Director of Libraries, gave a comprehensive report regarding the status of the Institute’s library system at the Undergraduate Association Council meeting last night.


Violence Escalates in Gaza Strip

Bush Asks China for Access To Crew Members of Plane

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