MIT Dedicates Reflecting Wall
The Reflecting Wall at MIT was dedicated Friday evening as several hundred students, faculty, and staff placed flowers, candles and messages by the monument for the thousands of victims of last Tuesday’s terrorist attacks. The memorial is located along the wall behind the MIT chapel.
Frosh Begin Campaigns
Most candidates feel that the elections have been relatively clean so far. “It’s all been pretty friendly competition,” said Sheila M. Krishna ’05, candidate for secretary. “Everybody pretty much respects the rules.”
Foreign MIT Students Not Called Back Home
Danielle Ashbrook, Director and Associate Dean of the MIT International Students Office, said she was unaware of any MIT students being asked by their sponsor government to return in light of last week’s attacks. Rumors had been circulating on campus that MIT students were being recalled.
Lack of Funding Delays SafeRide Plans
Although the Graduate Student Council donated $15,000 last spring toward the purchase of a new “A Safe Ride” van to serve the Inman Square area, additional costs and administrative hurdles have delayed the formation of new routes.
Second CIS Talk Draws Crowd
“We began last week to try to make sense of what seems to be a new world order,” said CIS Director Richard Samuels.
WORLD AND NATION
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Black, White, And Rational
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FILM REVIEW *: Read the Book -- The Musketeer as we’ve seen it before
MUSIC REVIEW: Date of Birth -- Arsonists’ Latest Burns Hot
MUSIC REVIEW: Burgess in Wonderful -- Funk Rock
MUSIC REVIEW: Wesley Willis Live -- The Man Who Cut the Mullet Plays Middle East
RESTAURANT REVIEW: Boston’s Restaurant Week -- First Restaurant Week Offers Mixed Bag
THEATRE REVIEW: Dead on Arrival -- James Joyce’s “The Dead” at the Huntington Theatre
VIDEO GAME REVIEW: King of Racers Returns -- Mario Kart for the Game Boy Advance
WEB REVIEW: Arts on the Web -- Cartoons: Fun and Sprite-ly
Tennis Moves to 2-0 With Smith Shutout
MIT’s Field Hockey Team Preys on Simmons College
MIT Wins Dartmouth Invitational; Men Continue Undefeated Season
Water Polo Pulls Ahead To Beat Boston College in Second Half