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Academic Council To Review Labor Code

The MIT student group United Trauma Relief has petitioned Kirk D. Kolenbrander, special assistant to the president and chancellor, requesting standards for workers who produce MIT-licensed apparel.

New House Residents Meet Prospective Housemasters

Professor Wesley L. Harris and his wife Sandra Harris, potential candidates for New House housemasters, met residents of the dorm Thursday.

Aborted Harvard Raid Fails to Produce Paw

A large group of MIT students unsuccessfully attempted to recover the MIT mascot’s stolen paw Friday evening. Approximately 25 students participated in a botched raid on an empty Harvard dormitory room, which ended abruptly when one of the room’s inhabitants returned.

Application Deadline Extended After Few Apply for Segue Plan

MIT’s “Senior Segue” plan, designed to alleviate the anticipated housing crunch next year, has thus far failed to attract enough juniors from undergraduate dormitories into graduate halls.

Zeskind UA Speaker In Contested Race

The Undergraduate Association Council elected Benjamin J. Zeskind ’03 as speaker for the 2002-2003 academic year last night by a unanimous vote.


French Politicians Angered After Upset Win For Le Pen

Moussaoui Asks To Represent Self in Sept. 11 Terrorism Trial




MUSIC REVIEW: Bonnie Raitt’s Silver

DANCE REVIEW: Contemporary Dance -- An Enchanting Blend of Modern and Ballet

IN MEMORIAM: David Epstein -- Recalling A Great Conductor

GAME REVIEW: Freedom Force -- Stand Tall and be Proud

ALBUM REVIEW: Boards of Canada -- Children Have the Right to Grow

FILM REVIEW: Scorpion King -- A True Guy Movie

ALBUM REVIEW: Superlogs -- Energetic Logs Keep Harmonies Tight

CONCERT REVIEW: Marsalis Scorches Symphony Hall


Women’s Rugby Beats Bentley for First Win

Men’s Tennis Stretches Unbeaten Streak


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