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Circuits and Electronics Taking a New Approach

The end of the term marks the successful completion of the first semester of 6.002ex, a novel approach to teaching Circuits and Electronics.


MIT Budget Tight, Salary Cuts Possible

While painting a positive picture of MIT’s standing, the Institute’s top leaders are preparing the rest of the community for rougher economic times to come.


MITES Broadens Admits

Though final decisions will not be made until the end of May, Karl W. Reid ’84, the MITES director, said “there are some non-minority students accepted” into the program. Non-minority students include Asian, white and Middle Eastern students.


Research Involvement Varies by Race

Hispanic and black students participate less often in undergraduate research than white and Asian students do, according to a recent survey.


Lobby 7 Slowly Gets Face-Lift

As Lobby 7 continues to slowly evolve, permanent bulletin board space and permanent tables and chairs will soon replace the temporary stand-ins currently in the lobby.


IS Network Report

We selected a number of Network Security cases with activity from the week of April 27 to May 3 that illustrate the type of destructive security violations that occur on MIT’s campus. Identifying information has been removed to protect those who had violated machines.




WORLD AND NATION

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Proposal on Media Ownership Rules Has Significant Changes

EDITORIAL

From the Editors

Erratum

COLUMNS

From the Ombudsman

Nostalgia Redux

A Worrisome Encounter with the INS

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Rebuilding the Old Man


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