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Ritter, Former Inspector, Speaks at MIT

“If it’s about weapons of mass destruction, then we should give inspectors a chance,” Ritter said.


OCW Pilot To Unveil Web Sites Monday

The MIT OpenCourseWare project will unveil Web sites for 32 MIT classes in 17 departments on Monday, as part of its pilot offering to the public. The sites will be accessible at <http://ocw.mit.edu>.


Mullainathan Wins $500K MacArthur Fellowship

MIT Economics Professor Sendhil Mullainathan has been awarded a $500,000 MacArthur Fellowship for his “fresh and unconventional inquiries” in theoretical and empirical economics.


MIT Holds Johnson Games In Honor of Sidney-Pacific

“The games are a community celebration for students, faculty, staff, friends, and guests to play in competitive games,” said organizer Ted E. Johnson, the director of community services.


Dell’s Founder Talks At Sloan Symposium

Michael S. Dell, the chairman and chief executive of Dell Computer Corp., spoke yesterday at the Sloan School about the future of the technology industry and the company he founded as a 19-year-old college dropout in 1984.




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