Dormitory Housing Deadline Extended
The Housing Office has postponed the deadline for undergraduate dormitory residents to formally confirm or decline their on-campus housing status for next year to April 13 from March 7.
Board Approves Research Facility
The Cambridge Planning Board has cleared a final hurdle in the way of developing a research facility across the street from the Sidney-Pacific graduate residence.
iCampus Projects Close To Done, Available Soon
A SafeRide tracking system and free on-demand music through MIT Cable are two programs that will soon be available to the MIT community, thanks to the iCampus program.
Professors Named Fellows, Classrooms on Exhibit
Five new MacVicar Faculty Fellows will be announced today as part of the twelfth annual MacVicar Day, an event that focuses on undergraduate education.
WORLD AND NATION
Bush Presidency, American Influence on the Line in Iraq
Eyewitnesses Say Israeli Tank Shot into Crowd, Killed Eight
Captured al-Qaida Warns U.S. Of Imminent Terrorist Attacks
Senate Republicans Fail to Halt Filibuster, Disappoint Pres. Bush
Air Force Refers Academy’s Alleged Sexual Assault Cases to Pentagon
Parul/Harel for UAP/VP
‘Passive Squatting’ A Major Problem
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Why Walk Out?
On Arab Democracy
A Courageous Stand
Changes in Bad Taste
Greetings from Academia: The Academics Speak Out
MIT Chess Club Faces Caltech In Virtual Battle of the Brains
Down the Hatchet: Off Starboard
Nightline: Lending an ear to students every night since 1978
Swimming Wins Championships
NEWMAC Men’s Championship Swim Meet Results
pooplets & pooplings
the rick and chester show