MIT, Harvard Faculty Petition Universities’ Israel Investments
Members of the MIT and Harvard University faculties are petitioning both universities to stop investing in U.S. companies that currently invest in Israel.
Posing as Reporter for Crimson, MIT Junior Recovers Beaver Paw
The paw of Tim the Beaver, stolen in Harvard on March 17, was brought back to MIT last Thursday by John A. Fries ’03, a student in Course XVIII (Mathematics).
Spring Concert, Junoon Play to Capacity Crowds
Spring Weekend 2002 was a melange of sold-out crowds and below expectation attendance. Overall, the event organizers were happy with outcomes of their diligent planning, but each could see room for improvement for next year.
MIT Alumnus, Nobel Prize Winner Merton Discusses Use of Derivatives for Markets
Nobel Laureate Robert C. Merton PhD ’70 discussed future uses of financial derivatives Monday night in 10-250.
WORLD AND NATION
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The Lady Doth Protest Too Much
The Real Labor Day
Loyalty To the Land
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Don’t Mock Church For Crimes
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