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Sugar Ray Selected to Perform At Annual MIT Spring Concert

Committee member Daniel B. Jonas ’02 stressed that a contract with the band had not yet been signed as of last night. However, they are confident that Sugar Ray will perform at the annual concert, held this year.

MIT Participants Bring Slapshots, Big Macs, and IT to Salt Lake City

MIT has sent a few of its finest to Salt Lake City to be a part of the 2002 Winter Olympic Games, but not everyone representing the Institute is an elite athlete.

Course X May Drop 10.001 In Favor of New Intro Class

“Our department felt 10.001 was not a good start because even if it taught the numerical tools you needed, it didn’t let you know what chemical engineering was about,” said Assistant Professor William H. Green, Jr.

Harvard Looking to Revise Grading, Honors Policy

In the film With Honors, a Harvard student works his tail off in hopes of getting a Harvard diploma “with honors,” but in the end, he falls short of his goal.

MIT, Akamai Sue Speedera for Patent Infringement

Akamai Technologies Inc. and MIT filed suit against Speedera Networks Inc. of Santa Clara, Calif. on Feb. 4. The federal complaint in the U.S. district court in Boston alleges that Speedera’s “Universal Delivery Network” infringes on an MIT-owned patent exclusively licensed to Akamai and used by its “FreeFlow” network.


Milosevic Begins His Own Defense In Yugoslav War Crimes Tribunal

Bush Presents Greenhouse Gas Plan To Give Tax Incentives for Reductions