MIT Walks Out Against War
Several hundred MIT students joined more than a thousand Boston-area students in a march to Government Center yesterday to protest the war in Iraq.
Students Petition Against TEAL
MIT has been quick to sing the praises of the Technology Enabled Active Learning version of 8.02, but more than 150 students are humming a different tune.
CMI Applications Down 37 Percent
MIT applications to the Cambridge-MIT Institute exchange program for the 2003-2004 school year have decreased markedly from last year.
MIT Offers Students Spots in Class of ’07
MIT offered admission to only 16 percent of its applicants for the Class of 2007, extending offers to 1,735 of the 10,547 students who applied.
WORLD AND NATION
U.S. Troops Launch New Assault On al-Qaida, Taliban in Mountains
FBI Launches Global Manhunt For Suspected Saudi Terrorist
House, Senate Heading Toward Showdowns Over Tax Proposals
U.S., Britain Push Into Iraq Following Artillery Barrage
Weather: A New Season
Officials Pressure Iraqi Commanders To Resist Defending ‘Doomed Regime’
So It Has Come To This
Tony Blair’s Dilemma
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
On The Walkout
More Theater Coverage
‘ADAPTATION’ AND ‘TWO TOWERS’ ARE FAR SUPERIOR TO INANE ‘CHICAGO’
WHAT TO LOOK FOR AT THE 2003 ACADEMY AWARDS
Freshmen Coping Well With First Term on Grades
STUDENT INFORMATION PROCESSING BOARD
Gadget Review: Park Tool Chain Gang Cleaning System Somewhat Successful
Students Drop Books, Ready for Break: Some hit the beaches, while others get work done
rick and chester show