MIT Announces Tuition Hike, Required Student Activity Fee
President Charles M. Vest announced Friday that tuition and fees for the academic year 2002-2003 will be $28,230, an increase of 4.7 percent from last year.
Seventeen With MIT Ties Earn NAE Membership
The National Academy of Engineering [NAE] elected 74 new members last week, including 17 with ties to MIT.
Berenson Denied Appeal By Peru's Supreme Court
Peru’s Supreme Court yesterday upheld the 20-year prison sentence against former MIT undergraduate Lori H. Berenson.
Introduction to Undergraduate Majors at MIT
Freshmen Get Advice On Choice Of Major
Multiple choice questions can be tricky. When each option looks equally likely to be the correct answer, they can be downright scary. Now consider having 22 choices instead of the usual four or five.
WORLD AND NATION
Mediators Seek Truce to End Fighting Between Factions
Bush Administration Undecided On Course of Action With Iraq
Economy Is Reversing Course, According to Business Analysts
Body Count Mounts in Gruesome Georgia Crematory Investigation
Detained Jordanian Student Claims Law Enforcement Agents Abused Him
Weather: Early Warnings of Drought
Labor Rights and MIT Apparel
Searching For Ourselves
How Much Ado is Too Much?
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Don’t Blame the UN For Hunger in Iraq
CONCERT REVIEW: Regina Carter and Stefon Harris -- Violinist and Vibraphonist Jazz It Up
FILM REVIEW ***: Believe It Or Not! -- Thriller Features Giant Moth and Richard Gere
FILM REVIEW ***: Storytelling -- Misanthropic Solondz Sticks to His Guns
MUSIC REVIEW: Electronic Music for the Masses -- Deep Dish: Global Underground 21 - Moscow
RESTAURANT REVIEW: Vinny’s At Night -- Food and Fun, Sicilian Style
THEATER REVIEW: Stone Cold Dead Serious -- The Strange Redemption of a Geek’s Dysfunctional Family
Men s Epee Top Squad At Duke
Men s Hoops Earns Win Despite Injuries
Figure Skating Team Takes Medals at Competition
Women s Track Eighth at Championship Meet
MIT Olympic Update
mat and solar
one screw loose
pooplets & pooplings