Dining Board Seeks Optional Meal Plan
Following massive student opposition to proposed mandatory dining plans, the Campus Dining Review Board will draft an alternative plan based on wider student involvement.
Trujillo Named Dean for Alcohol Education
MIT has announced the creation of a new Associate Dean for Alcohol Education and Community Development in response to suggestions by working groups on improving alcohol policy on campus.
New Dorm Planning, Building Continues
Work on Simmons Hall is progressing on two fronts, as contractors race to finish the concrete structure before winter and students try to resolve residential life questions.
Polaroid Goes Bankrupt; Plans to Sell Existing Assets
The Cambridge-based Polaroid Corporation obtained bankruptcy protection in the United States Bankruptcy Court in Wilmington, Delaware on October 12.
WORLD AND NATION
Anthrax Suspected as Cause Of Postal Workers’ Deaths
Israel Spurns America, Increases Fighting in Palestinian Territory
Sinn Fein Calls for Armistice Adams Hopes to End Armed Irish Conflict, Save Peace Process
Rumsfeld Expresses Concern Over Last Week’s Press Leaks
The Wrong Way To Break Bread
The Power of Tech
The Sound of Silence
The Undiscovered Country
CONCERT REVIEW: Voices Over Venue -- A cappella groups sing to packed La Sala, Lobdell
MUSIC REVIEW: Default -- Falling in Place
MIT Crews Fare Well in Head of the Charles Regatta
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