MIT E-mail Access Interrupted
Nearly five thousand Athena users were without e-mail Monday in what was said to be MIT’s longest mail outage ever.
Committee Discusses Plans for Orientation
The Orientation Planning Committee is considering a summer reading assignment for freshmen to be implemented as soon as 2004.
Dormitory Moves Stay Constant
The number of students requesting a transfer from one dormitory to another for the fall term did not change much this year compared with last year despite the recent overhaul of MIT’s residence system.
MIT Issues $250 Million in New Bonds
MIT has issued about $205 million in bonds to fund continuing construction and to refinance older bond issues, said MIT Treasurer Allan S. Bufferd ’59.
WORLD AND NATION
Berkeley Refusing Students From Countries With SARS
Tornadoes Kill 39, Devastate Eight States in Midwestern U.S.
Bush, Returning From Ranch, Resumes Efforts for Tax Cuts
Hussein’s Son Reportedly Seizes Over $1 Billion From Iraqi Bank
McCarthy Communist Investigation Transcripts Made Available to Public
Weather: Here Comes Rain
What Happens Now?
Money Woes, Whilst Thou E’er Be Gone?
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
A capella Article Unnecessary
ANCIENT RITES OF SPRING AT MIT AND HARVARD: Spirituality, Community Mark Senior House’s Steer Roast and Lowell House’s Arts Fair
A CAPELLA REVIEW: Razzle Dazzle ’Em -- The Muses’ Spring Concert Reveals True Talent
CLASSICAL REVIEW: Two Choruses Are Better Than One -- MIT, Brown Choirs Combine in Concert of Rachmaninoff and Lukas Foss
CONCERT REVIEW: The Dresden Dolls Come To Life For Earth Day -- Cabaret Rock at Its Finest
JAZZ REVIEW: Old Meets New in Jazz Celebration -- Festival Jazz Ensemble Founder Herb Pomeroy Leads 40th Anniversary Show
THEATER REVIEW: Well Rehearsed, But Without a Clue -- Musical Theatre Guild’s ‘Clue: The Musical’ a Mixed Performance
Sox Take Minnesota As Pedro Dominates