Bad Taste: Chorallaries’ Raunchy Humor for a ’Better Community’
Faculty Unsure on Anti-War Walkout
As the prospect of war with Iraq looms, some MIT faculty support anti-war activities but are conflicted about a possible walkout.
Tuition, Other Expenses to Top $40,000 Next Year
The estimated cost of a year at MIT will pass the $40,000 mark next year.
Learning and Design Join in New Spaces
Mitchell described the approach in an address last Friday as part of MacVicar Day, an annual day focused on educational issues.
Bubble Tea, Virtual Jukebox May Fill in Former Coffeehouse Space
An MIT graduate’s bubble tea startup company is currently the leading candidate to occupy the Coffeehouse space in the Student Center.
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WORLD AND NATION
Senate Appears Ready to Pass Ban on ‘Partial Birth’ Abortions
British Alter U.N. Resolution To Increase Odds of Passage In Attempt to Prevent Vetoes
Companies Bid for U.S. Contract To Reconstruct Iraq After the War
U.N. Investigators Surprise Iraqis Trying to Dismantle Illegal Drone
Russians Declare Need for Funding To Keep Space Station Operational
One Thousand Reported Dead In Thailand War Against Drugs
Weather: Snow Likely on Thursday
Walk Out On War
Onward, Violent Hatred
It’s Not About Oil
CLASSICAL REVIEW: BSO Offers Premiere -- Of Harbison ‘Requiem’
CLASSICAL REVIEW: A Thin Veneer of Musicality -- Vermeer Quartet Fails to Reach Musical Heights
OPERA REVIEW: Eugene Onegin Shines at Harvard -- Lowell House’s Production Captures Russian Folk Scene
POP REVIEW: Enslaving the Masses -- Audioslave Takes Command at Avalon
Athlete of the Month
Wednesday, March 12
the rick and chester show