Council Weighs New Mayoral Vote Rules
The Cambridge City Council has proposed amendments to its rules that could shorten the mayoral election process significantly.
Clay Speaks About Community
MIT Chancellor Phillip L. Clay PhD ’75 spoke to the Undergraduate Association Council about the Institute’s ongoing efforts to nurture a sense of community both on and off campus.
UA Supports Reading Room Proposal
The Undergraduate Association has voted to cooperate with the Association of Student Activities as the ASA investigates plans
to incorporate the MIT Science Fiction Society library into the Student Center Reading Room.
CSC to Revise Constitution To Comply with MIT Policy
The Chinese Students Club will work with the Association of Student Activities to revise their constitution so that it agrees with MIT’s non-discrimination policy.
WORLD AND NATION
Bush Administration Backs Israel’s Self-Defense Tactics
Palestinians Confident Arafat Will Not Meet Israeli Demands
American Teen Joined Taliban While Studying Islamic Religion
Eastern Afghan Leaders to Send Fighters to bin Laden Stronghold
Why Don’t We Add Up All of the Pieces?
Four Roads To Cloning
Restoring Athena’s Glory
CONCERT REVIEW: Coyote’s Dinner -- A Toothsome Treat for All
CONCERT REVIEW: Pavarotti Pandemonium Hits Boston -- Famous Tenor and Soprano Raspagoliosi Delivers Eleven Pieces and Leads Sing-Along to Close Evening
FILM REVIEW *1/2: Behind Enemy Lines -- Who is Behind Them?
MUSIC REVIEW: Bands For America -- Compilation Features Jack Johnson, G. Love, O.A.R, and String Cheese Incident
MUSIC REVIEW: Spread the Word -- Ludacris’ Word of Mouf
RESTAURANT REVIEW: Cuchi Cuchi -- Restaurant Shows We Aren’t In Sevilla Anymore
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