Thousands Turn Out for Buffet
Over 6,000 students, faculty, staff, and alumni attended MIT’s Infinite Buffet, a community-wide event that filled the Infinite Corridor and Killian Court with food, entertainment, and nearly twice as many people as expected.
Committee Suggests PE Reform, New Full-Time Post
The Athletics Department Strategic Planning Committee recently released a report recommending that the Athletics Department revise its physical education requirement and improve recreational services to promote long-term health.
Fire Causes Water Damage
Water damage caused by the sprinkler system, which was set off by an accidental fire on the fourth floor of Building 7 near the Dome Cafe, forced the Institute to close parts of buildings 7 and 5.
Residence Selection 2002 Details Still Undetermined
A preliminary schedule for Orientation 2002, the first Orientation without FSILG rush in decades, features only five days of programming, four fewer than usual, followed by a three day “dead week.”
Redwine Speaks to UA On Academic Integrity
Dean for Undergraduate Education Robert P. Redwine discussed MIT’s plans for dealing with plagiarism and cheating at last night’s Undergraduate Association Council meeting.
WORLD AND NATION
Musharraf Asks U.S. to Stop Bombing During Ramadan
Weather: A Chilly All Hallow’s Eve
Bush Seeks Tighter Entry Rules President Aims for Measures That Would Restrict Student Visas
FBI Again Warns of Potential New Wave of Terrorist Attacks
Supreme Court Leaves Chamber After Anthrax Scare, Hears Case
Afghanistan Starves Its People
Eat Like A Rabbit
BALLET REVIEW: Boston Ballet Goes Modern -- ‘From Distant Shores’ Show Features Three Flavors of Modern Dance
CONCERT REVIEW: An Evening of Giants: Mahler, Barenboim, and the CSO -- Chicago Symphony Orchestra Graces Symphony Hall with a Memorable Mahler’s ‘Seventh’
FILM REVIEW *: Jack the Ripper is Back In ‘From Hell’ -- So Good, It Gets One Star
FILM REVIEW ***: Monsters, Inc -- Pixar Fulfills Expectations In Latest CGI-Based Film
MUSIC REVIEW: Herbie Hancock Breaking Boundaries? -- Herbie Forges Ahead in No Particular Direction
MUSIC REVIEW: Incubus Returns -- Half Metal, Half Pop Album Marks Dawn of New Style
PERFORMANCE REVIEW: The Raging Chinchilla Show -- Help, help! We're laughing ourselves to death!
RESTAURANT REVIEW: Asmara Ethiopian Cusine -- Ethiopian Restaurant for Groups and Under $15
THEATER REVIEW: ‘Anything Goes’ -- Competent Acting Overshadows Poor Production
VIDEO GAME PREVIEW: Nintendo CubeClub -- The GameCube’s Spectacular Showcase
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