MIT to Cut Spending After $1 Billion Loss
Hurting from investment losses of $1.2 billion in the last two years, MIT will tighten its belt, President Charles M. Vest announced.
Dorm Security Erratic After Burglary at Next
Desk security for many dormitories is erratic and poorly enforced, even in the wake of last month’s Next House burglary.
IFC Elects New Slate Of Officers, Chairmen
The Interfraternity Council held elections yesterday evening for offices on its Executive Committee.
Robertson, WTC Designer, Lectures on Center, Future
Leslie E. Robertson, one of the two engineers who designed New York’s World Trade Center, gave the Felix Candela Lecture Tuesday evening, discussing buildings he has designed around the world and the future of the Trade Center site.
WORLD AND NATION
D.A. Recommends Throwing Out ‘Central Park 5’ Charges
Michigan Weighs Relaxing Dioxin Standard, Governor-Elect Opposed
Massachusetts Priest Fathered Two Children, Documents Say
U.S. Employers Cutting Health Care Coverage for Workers in Retirement
Turmoil Deepens as Venezuela General Strike Reaches Day 4
Weather: Sunny, Snowless Weekend
Democracy in the Middle East
Consider Yourself Guilty
Affirmative Action: A Necessary Evil
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
UA Survey Poorly Designed
Chomsky’s Allegations Should Be Questioned
The Football Fanatic
Fencing Defeats St. John’s
MIT Swimming Victorious In November Competitions
Sport Taekwondo Takes First
Friday, Dec. 6
‘Body’s Failure’ Stops Runner in Final Race