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A Look At Dining Systems

As students discuss recent dining proposals, they may wonder how the Institute could seriously consider making campus dining mandatory. But for residents of some dormitories, the MIT meal plan was mandatory until less than 10 years ago.

CAC To Announce Plans For Lounge

The Campus Activities Complex, its student advisory board, and the MIT Real Estate Office will issue a plan next week for the Transitions space on the first floor of the Stratton Student Center. The plan comes after a year of attempts to find a permanent use for the space.

CAC Installs New MIT Card Locks

After numerous delays, student group offices on the fourth floor of the Student Center are finally being made more secure by the installation of new card locks.

Slow Finger Hurts MIT Student on ‘Millionaire’

Have you ever watched those million dollar television game shows and thought,“how do they pick the idiots to be on this show?” I was once a member of the television viewing public that went aghast at the stupidity of contestants on game shows. That is, until I became one of those idiots.

CIS Hosts Forum on Colombia

Experts on foreign policy from around the country gathered at MIT’s Center for International Studies’ second forum held on Monday, to discuss Colombia’s ongoing civil war and the intervention of the United States government.

Kresge, Firehouse Polling Sites For Cambridge City Elections

Cambridge voters will elect city councilors, school committee members, and will decide the fate of the Community Preservation Act this coming Tuesday.


Tests Confirm Anthrax in Mail At U.S. Embassy in Lithuania

Bush Campaigns to Strengthen Biological Weapons Agreement

Intelligence Agencies Warn California of Bridge Threats

Indonesian President Urges Halt To U.S. Bombing of Afghanistan