MIT Campus Reacts To Shuttle Disaster
As somber students, faculty, and staff of the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics entered to pay their respects, many stopped to write their thoughts and condolences in an empty book that sat at one end of the room.
6.270 Dominated by ‘Victor Brar’
“Victor Watson Brar,” the robot created by Kenneth J. Jensen ’03 and Rhett Creighton ’02, dominated the field and won this years 6.270 Autonomous Robot Competition.
Disconnected Registers Finally Post Old Charges
Cash registers disconnected from the MIT Card Office resulted in delayed TechCASH charges last month, as the Office finally posted saved transactions as old as September 2002 to student accounts.
The Best Way to an MIT Degree? Major in Charm
When it comes time to leave MIT, you can flaunt your brass rat to the outside world, impress them with your knowledge, and shock them with your masochistic work ethic. But do you have what it takes to master the intricacies of social etiquette and charm?
Sponge Dining Opens, Atrium Lounges Close
Four large lounges in the upper levels of Simmons Hall, previously open to students, have been closed off because inspectors from the City of Cambridge believed that their atriums would be unsafe in the event of a fire.
Sorority Rush Draws Freshmen
“Moving the [recruitment] to February has a very different atmosphere from holding it during Orientation,” said Sara Pierce ’03, the Panhellenic Association’s vice president of recruitment. “Everyone has an idea of the campus and the sororities’ image on campus, so they can make a more informed decision.”
WORLD AND NATION
Powell to Share Iraqi Military Intelligence with United Nations
Bush Vows to Continue Exploring Space, Increasing Shuttle Funding
NASA Investigation Focuses On Heat Build-Up, Insulation
President Unveils $2.23 Trillion Budget, Projects Huge Deficit
Weather: Return to Winter
No Greater Hero
What Happened To George W. Bush?
This Space For Rent
CONCERT REVIEW: British Night at the BSO -- Sir Neville Marriner Finally Returns to Boston
DANCE REVIEW: Storks, Tutus, and Children -- Anna Myer and Dancers Present Two World Premieres
EVENT REVIEW: A World of Wines To Tempt Your Palate -- Annual Boston Wine Expo Caters to Your Yuppie Taste
FILM REVIEW *1/2: Confessions of a Deranged Mind -- Clooney’s Directorial Debut as Dopey as its Subject Matter
FILM REVIEW ***: Racism Down Under -- Rabbit-Proof Fence Chronicles Treatment of Half-Castes
FILM REVIEW ***: Spider Weaves Discomfort -- Director David Cronenberg Identifies With Protagonist In His Latest Flick
FOOD REVIEW: Surely You’re Joking, Mr. Rancatore -- Feynman-Flavored Ice Cream a Unique Treat
INTERVIEW: The Art of Being Swell -- Michael Cunningham: The Man Behind The Hours
THEATER REVIEW: Finally, A Reason To Stay Awake in 10-250 -- Richard Feynman Comes to Life in QED
THEATER REVIEW: Star Wars Far Out -- MTG Presents Musical Edition of Cult Classic
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