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UAP/VP Candidates Square Off in Debate

“I have been run over by an 18,000 pound dump truck. I crawled across the Infinite Corridor for 78 laps continuously. No one’s going to stop me from becoming UA president!”

Administration Will Match 2002 Council Proceeds to Habitat

The Class of 2002 Council announced last night that several MIT administrators have agreed to match the donations to Habitat for Humanity raised by the Saturday’s Naughty By Nature concert.

Claude E. Shannon

“Shannon was the person who saw that the binary digit was the fundamental element in all of communication,” said Professor Emeritus Robert G. Gallager ’57, who worked with Shannon, to The New York Times. “That was really his discovery, and from it the whole communications revolution has sprung.”

Physics Plans New Center

Several offices and research groups belonging to the Department of Physics may be on the move under a plan by the department to renovate several buildings and create the Green Center for Physics.

Creighton Likely To Be Reinstated

The Undergraduate Association Judicial Review Board voted Wednesday night to remove Rhett Creighton ’02 and Margaret V. Stringfellow ’03 from the UA presidential ballot. However, the ticket has acted quickly and will most likely be reinstated on the ballot.



WORLD AND NATION

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Marine Osprey Coverup Probe Reaches Top Pentagon Brass

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