Committee Debates Fate of Course XIII
A committee formed last Sept. to investigate the possibility of merging the Department of Ocean Engineering (Course XIII) with two other departments recently reported its initial findings to Dean of Engineering Thomas L. Magnanti.
Students React To Bush Ultimatum
MIT students are anxious at best about an impending invasion of Iraq. At worst, they are angry and upset.
MBTA Proposes 25¢ Fare Hike for Bus, Subway
Next winter, Boston commuters may be paying an extra twenty-five cents to use Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority buses and trains.
Petition to Let 17-Year-Olds Vote Wins Approval Again
The City of Cambridge has approved a new petition to allow 17-year-olds to vote in local elections.
Lepidus (Graham E. Derryberry ’05) celebrates the peace between Pompey and Caesar.
WORLD AND NATION
Bush Gives Hussein 48 Hours To Leave, Reassures Nation
U.S. to Negotiate Capitulation Agreements With Iraqi Military
Respiratory Disease Outbreak Puzzles World Health Officials
Ruling British Labor Party Leader Quits to Protest War Involvement
Study Finds Hormone Replacement Therapy Risks Greater Than Benefits
Weather: Back to Normal
Protest, But Don’t Walk Out
Rape in the Air Force
Raise Taxes For the T
Don’t Touch That Blender
CLASSICAL REVIEW: Drilling For Gold At the Wind Ensemble -- Finally, the Full Version Of the Ziporyn Concerto
VIDEO GAME REVIEW: Rockin’ the Role-Playing Game Boat -- Capcom’s Newest ‘Breath of Fire’ Offering is a Refreshing Change of Pace
Ballroom Takes 1st, 2nd in International
Figure Skating Exhibition Features MIT Students, Guests
Tuesday, March 18
casey and larry
pooplets and pooplings
the rick and chester show