New Dorm Decision Pushed to December
MIT administrators have decided to wait until the first week of December to decide whether Simmons Hall will open on time in 2002 or whether undergraduates will be temporarily housed in a graduate dormitory.
Mental Health Report Admits MIT’s Failures
The final draft of the Mental Health Task Force report makes several recommendations for improving mental health services at MIT, including expanding MIT Medical’s Mental Health Department’s hours and staff, hiring a professional advertising firm to promote mental health awareness, and appointing an administrative coordinator and standing committee to oversee the implementation of its recommendations.
UA Allocates $18K for Student Cable
The Undergraduate Association has agreed to allocate more than $18,000 for the joint use of MIT Student Cable and the Interactive Introduction to the Institute (I3). The two organizations presented a joint proposal to combine resources, and to purchase additional cameras and editing equipment.
MIT Medical, Police Prepare for Disaster
As a result of the September 11 attacks on New York City and Washington, D.C., MIT Medical and other public health and safety offices on campus have taken steps to prepare for a terrorist attack on campus or in the surrounding area.
Splash Makes Waves
Splash, a project of the Education Studies Program, brought over 800 high school and junior high school students to MIT for a weekend of classes.
Potluck Dinner, Host Families Make Holidays Less Lonely for Foreigners
Over the chattering voices and energetic buzz of the International Freshman Potluck Dinner, Kate Baty, Coordination Host to International Students, announced that introductions are about to begin.
WORLD AND NATION
U.S. Official Accuses Five Nations Of Developing Biological Weapons
Israelis, Palestinians Skeptical Of Renewed U.S. Peace Efforts
Bush Defends Tribunal Order President Believes Tribunals Necessary To Fight Terrorism
U.S. Counts on Afghan Help With Offer of $25M Reward
Weather: The Cold Turkey and Shopping Week
Mental Health Report Is Only First Step
Guarding Against Overvigilance
If We Built It
Better State Of Mind
A Modest Meal Plan Proposal
Battle of the Books
The Ghost Headlines
CONCERT REVIEW: Who Wants Some Cake? -- Loyal Fans, Novices Alike Treated to Fantastic Concert
CONCERT REVIEW: Bell Plays With Nordic Ensemble -- Violinist Joshua Bell Replaces Mutter in Celebrity Series Performance
CONCERT REVIEW: Muses Fall Concert -- An Evening of A Capella In Black Dresses
CONCERT REVIEW: SONOS Echoes in Kresge -- MIT, BU Musicians Do Justice to Chamber Music
INTERVIEW: Saves the Day -- Emo Band from New Jersey Gives Us an Earful
MUSIC REVIEW: Boston Philharmonic -- An Enjoyable Combination of Education and Classical Music
MUSIC REVIEW: McCartney Puts Out Eclectic Mix in Latest Album -- ‘Driving Rain’ Represents Artist’s Latest, Greatest Attempt to Recapture Earlier Spirit
MUSIC REVIEW: Popular Latina Goes English -- Shakira, in Fourth Album, Hits TRL
MUSIC REVIEW: They’ve Got Rhythm -- ‘Stomp’ -- The Show That Rings Life to a Junkyard
TELEVISION REVIEW: Iron Chef USA -- Cheap Forgery of Original; Shatner Doesn’t Help
THEATER REVIEW: Dramashop One-Acts Take the Stage -- “Unfocused,” “Super Funtastic World,” “Crush” Exhibit Talents of MIT Students
VIDEO GAME REVIEW: Explosive Multiplayer Fun -- Best Version of ‘Bomberman’ Series Yet
Feldman’s Success Highlights National Championship
Equestrian Team Faces Chilly Climate at Tufts Competition
Tuesday, November 20
mat and solar
one screw loose