Over 2,000 to Graduate in Killian Today
There are 2,122 of them. They’ve done thousands of problem sets, defended hundreds of theses, and pulled many an all-nighter.
Clay To Replace Bacow
President Charles M. Vest announced on Tuesday that Associate Provost Phillip M. Clay PhD ’75 will replace Lawrence S. Bacow ’72 as the new chancellor of MIT. Clay’s appointment is effective July 1, when Bacow leaves to become president of Tufts University.
ATO to Face CLC Regarding Spring Weekend Altercation with The Roots Commission R
Alpha Tau Omega will once again appear before the Cambridge License Commission on June 19, this time regarding the altercation between the fraternity and the hip-hop band The Roots during Spring Weekend.
16 Members of KAT to Live In Sig Ep Annex This Year
The sisters will occupy three of the five floors of the house, located at 515 Beacon Street. Sig Ep brothers will continue to have full access to the facilities.
Class of 2005 Statistically Similar to Previous Class
We all did it.
Senior Class, SWE, GSC Agree On Fall Career Fair Contract
Three student groups will once again jointly organize the Fall Career Fair, slated for September 17-21.
Court Denies Motion To Nix Krueger Case
The Suffolk Superior Court denied a motion by the national organization of Phi Gamma Delta to dismiss a wrongful death suit filed by the family of Scott S. Krueger ’01. Krueger died in 1997 after overindulging in alcohol during a pledge event at MIT’s Fiji chapter.
Orientation to Include Sexual Violence, Diversity Programs
Orientation 2001 will feature two new programs, a diversity program and a rape awareness presentation and discussion.
City Considers Moving Poll Center to Kresge
Residents of several west campus dormitories may soon enjoy a shorter walk to their polling place.
Biomedical Company First in Annual $50K Contest
Angstrom Medica, a biomedical company which plans to manufacture synthetic bone to be used in surgeries, won the 12th annual MIT $50K Entrepreneurship Competition.
WORLD AND NATION
Former Argentine Leader Menem To Face Arms Smuggling Charges
U.K. Electorate Gives Labor Party, Blair Landslide Win
McVeigh Drops Appeal Efforts; Execution Slated for Monday
President Signs Tax Cut Bill Passage of 10-Year, $1.35 Trillion Plan A Victory for Bush
Our Last Blank Wall
AIDS, Our Growing Problem
Learning Beyond MIT
Mindstorming the Two Cultures
Change Is In the Apple Trees
Politics: The Magic Is Back
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Phone System Needs Some Work
DANCE REVIEW: The Perfect ‘Escape’ -- Dance Troupe Delivers Sensational Spring Concert
FILM REVIEW: PlanetOut.com’s Second Queer Short Film Festival -- Real Entertaining RealVideos
FILM REVIEWHHH: ‘Moulin Rouge’ Stands Out as a Technicolor Fantasy -- Director Luhrmann’s Newest Doesn’t Lack in Substance What it Revolutionizes in the Art of Dazzle
FILM REVIEWHH1 2: Harbored to Death -- ‘Pearl Harbor’ Visually Astounding, Lacking Emotion
FILM REVIEWH1 2: Stale as ‘Swordfish’ -- In the Grand Tradition of ‘Battlefield Earth,’ Travolta Sinks Again
FOOD REVIEW: The Essential Vegetarian -- Final Farewell
THEATER REVIEW: Bat Boy: The Musical -- Hold Me, Bat Boy
TOY REVIEW: Not-So-Techno Toys -- Cheap, Ingenious Toys Without the Microchip
VIDEO GAME REVIEW: Start Your Rollers! -- Kirby: Mixing Old with New
VIDEO GAME REVIEW: ‘Oracle of Seasons’ -- Link’s Latest, But Still So Good
Women’s Ultimate Places 14th