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UA Votes to Revamp Reading Room Area

The Undergraduate Association passed a resolution last night to endorse a proposal to renovate the reading room on the fifth floor of the Student Center.

Three Students Earn Marshall Scholarships

Three MIT students have each received Marshall Scholarships, one of the most prestigious fellowships granted to United States graduates.

Commercial Building Displeases Graduates

The leadership of several graduate dormitories have sent a letter to the Cambridge Planning Board complaining that plans for a new research-oriented space will harm the living environment for graduate student residents.

Chomsky Criticizes America’s War on Terrorism in Talk

Institute Professor Noam A. Chomsky addressed a full crowd in 26-100 last night in a talk on recent world affairs and the impact of the Bush administration’s policies. The talk, entitled “Iraq, Israel, and the U.S.: Oppression and Repression at Home and Abroad,” was sponsored by the MIT Social Justice Cooperative.


Supreme Court Set to Review Affirmative Action at Colleges

Bush Focuses on Disarmament, Disappointed By Iraq’s Efforts