Murphy, Simmons Fill Vacated Cambridge City Council Seats
Newcomers Brian Murphy and Denise Simmons won seats on Cambridge’s City Council along with all seven incumbent candidates.
Proposal Would Give FSILGs Financial Aid
Under a student committee’s proposal, the Institute would give FSILGs 80 percent of the fixed facility cost for each empty bed and half the fixed facility cost of fifth-year students filling spaces in the 2002-2003 school year.
Necco to Close Massachusetts Avenue Factory, Move Operations to Revere
The New England Confectionery Company is moving out of its historic facility near Random Hall. The new, larger Necco headquarters, located on American Legion Highway about a mile from Wonderland, is currently being renovated and outfitted with up-to-date candymaking and assembly line equipment.
WORLD AND NATION
Pentagon’s Counterterrorism Effort Gets $1.67B From House Committee
Bush Addresses Nation, Urges Commitment Against Terrorism
Northern Alliance Claims Key Gains in Battle for Major City
The Sunny Side of Kappa Sigma
Over Troubled Waters
MOVIE REVIEW *: Muddled Humor, Trite Plot Make A Bust of ‘Heist’ -- Director David Mamet Should Stick to Prisoners
MOVIE REVIEW: Li’s The One -- Acting and Plot Aside, Fights and Effects Amaze
MUSIC REVIEW: The New State of Affairs -- Bush’s Latest Attempt Still Captures Old Spirit
MUSIC REVIEW: Ozzy is Back -- But Should He Be?
THEATER REVIEW: You May Like It -- Shakespeare Ensemble’s Latest A Mixed Bag
The Ancient Art of Biotech
Markets and Information
Fencing Does Well at ‘Big One’
Volleyball Earns Postseason Bid, Will Face Brandeis in First Round
MIT Ballroom Dance Places at Competition