Mitchell Selected As Graduation Speaker
Former Senator George J. Mitchell will speak at the 2003 commencement this June.
Students Accused of Tech Fraud Must Pay $50K in Compensation
Four former MIT students, three of them former members of The Tech’s business department, have been ordered to pay back a total of $48,284 they are accused of embezzling from this newspaper in 2001.
Underclassmen May Get Priority in PE Selection
The Department of Athletics, Physical Education, and Recreation may give freshmen and sophomores preference in the PE lottery with the upcoming implementation of new software.
Logs Will Build New Studio Open to A Capella Groups
The Logarhythms are building a recording studio in Walker Memorial for use by all MIT a capella groups.
Reply Date Delayed In Richard Guy Suit
MIT’s response to the wrongful death lawsuit filed by the parents of Richard A. Guy Jr. ’99 has been delayed a third time by the agreement of the parties to the case.
WORLD AND NATION
U.S. Begins Probing Attacks On Republican Guard Troops
Shuttle Recorder Casts Doubt On Tile-Damage Crash Theory
Weather: April Showers
Last Car Takes Central Artery, As Long-Delayed Tunnel Opens
As U.S. Bombers Pound Baghdad, Iraq Talks of Defeat for Invaders
U.S. Soldiers Kill 7 Women, Children After Vehicle Fails to Stop for Troops
In Favor of Affirmative Action
Hate in the Middle East
The Educational Airplane
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
A Case of Theft
Not in This Name
I’d Like to Spank the Academy
And the Winner is ... Not the Academy
A Brilliant Haydn at MITSO
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