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Windows of Grad Dorm Damaged by BB Pellets

An unidentified assailant fired shots at the Sidney-Pacific graduate residence, inflicting $6,000 of damage to doors and windows.


Undergrads Eligible for MITFCU

The MIT Federal Credit Union has received approval from the National Credit Union Association to allow undergraduates to join the credit union.


Reginald E. Newell

Professor Reginald E. Newell SM ’56, a meteorologist who studied global air pollution and climate systems, died Dec. 29 of a massive stroke. He was 71 years old.


Students Share Stories of Attempts to Return to U.S.

CycleScore, a creation that transforms exercise on a stationary bicycle into a competitive race with other gym participants, is among the winning project proposals receiving $30,000 from the Microsoft/MIT iCampus alliance.


Councilor Elections Postponed

The Undergraduate Association has decided to hold all councilor elections during the fall semester of each year.




WORLD AND NATION

Gov’t to Work On Anti-Missile Plans for Commercial Airplanes

U.S., Britain Strike No-Fly Zone In Iraq With Greater Frequency

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