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Deutch Says U.S. Faces More Attacks

During Tuesday’s talk, which filled 26-100, Deutch said that America is vulnerable to all sorts of terrorist activities, from cyber-terror to biological attacks. Determined, well-financed groups are very likely to threaten American security in the future, Deutch said.

Dining Plan Stresses Profitability, Choice

The Campus Dining Review Board has identified participation by choice and financial self-sufficiency as major goals for MIT’s dining system in a preliminary “information packet” that begins the task of redesigning MIT’s dining system.

CIA Job Applications Rise In Weeks Following Attacks

As the ruins of the World Trade Centers smolder and cleanup proceeds in New York, U.S. intelligence and defense agencies are scrambling to coordinate the war in Afghanistan and anti-terrorist measures at home.

Course VI Offers Incentive to TAs

Beginning this spring, the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science will offer a $185 monthly stipend bonus to doctoral teaching assistants with at least one term of teaching experience.



WORLD AND NATION

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Pope, President, U.S. Senators Criticize New Cloned Embryos

Manufacturers Attracted to China With Low Wages, WTO Admission

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