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Paper Shows Airline Profiling Ineffective

Many critics of airport profiling have derailed it as racist and an unlawful invasion of privacy. But Aaron B. Strauss G and Samidh Chakrabarti G added something new to the list last spring: an aid to terrorists.

Annan Speaks on Global Compact, Business Obligations at Sloan Gala

As part of the three-day program of academic discourse and gala festivities, Annan opened the Academic Convocation with a speech on the need for trust in the international community and the obligation of businesses to aid in solving global problems ranging from environmental degradation to AIDS.

Weekend Provides Taste Of MIT Life for Families

Approximately 2,000 people from 550 families are expected to come to MIT for Family Weekend 2002, which begins today and runs through Sunday, Oct. 20.

Voting Age Bill Stuck in State Legislature

The bill to lower the voting age to 17 in Cambridge has been placed under a study order by the Massachusetts state legislature after a public hearing in July.

The following incidents were reported to the MIT Police September 16-30, 2002. This summary contains most incidents reported to the MIT Police but does not include incidents such as: medical shuttles, ambulance transfers, false alarms, general service calls, etc.

Sept. 17: Bldg. W51, report of attempted breaking and entering, nothing taken; East Campus, larceny of bed linens $700; Bldg. NW10, report of male yelling, subject gone on arrival.


North Korea Nuke Program Caught By U.S. Intelligence

Vatican Opposes U.S. Church’s Zero Tolerance Sex Abuse Rule