Durand Realizes 2.007 Dream
Keith V. Durand ’05 is the winner of this year’s 2.007 design competition, “Two Tables.” Durand was victorious over Jeremy D. Schwartz ’05 in the final round by a score of 46,369 to 7,957.
Class of 2007 Exceeds Size Goal, May Grow
The number of incoming freshmen is likely to be larger than expected, increasing the likelihood for crowding in dormitories next year.
Fees Take Toll on Mass. Pharmacies
Massachusetts pharmacies, including MIT Medical’s pharmacy, are feeling the pinch from the state legislature’s new measures to bail out the failing Medicaid program.
XBox Security Key Finder To Publish Hacking Book
Andrew “bunnie” Huang PhD ’02, has decided to publish his book Hacking the Xbox on his own after publishers would not approve it.
WORLD AND NATION
Two U.S. Soldiers Shot, Killed In Iraq as Looting Continues
Hope for SARS Vaccine as WHO Extends China Travel Warning
Senate Makes Room For Tax Cuts by Increasing Other Taxes
Senate Wrangles Over Patriot Act, Votes to Expand Authority to Spy
Jordanians, Others Account for More Than 200 POWs Held by U.S. in Iraq
Weather: Ocean Effects
Wal-Mart and Lad Mags
You Can’t Replace The Old Man
Why Must Diversity Imply Re-segregation?
DANCE REVIEW: Step Away From Your Athena Clusters, Please -- Dance Theater Ensemble Provides Much-Needed Study Break
INTERVIEW: An Actor With Confidence -- Edward Burns Talks About the NBA, Making Movies
MOVIE PREVIEW: Kung-Fu and Pre-Owned Produce -- Student-Made Movie ‘The Vendor’ To Premiere Monday
OPERA REVIEW: More Fun Than a Frat Party -- Boston Lyric Opera’s ‘Die Fledermaus’ A Toast to the Bubbly
SUGAR & SPICE: Trendy Rice Stew -- Homemade Risotto is Surprisingly Easy
Down the Hatchet: It’s Hard to Fondle Penguins
Track and Field Wins New England Division III Title
Two Reasons to Love Baseball and
Women’s Crew Defeats Radcliffe
rick and chester show