More Freshmen Request Move in Lottery
One in five freshmen requested a move in this year’s adjustment lottery, up from one in seven last year. Of the 1022 freshmen, 200 requested a change and 110 were able to move.
CityDays At Record Turnout
A record 833 people are expected to attend tomorrow’s twelfth annual CityDays, a campus-wide event run by the MIT Public Service Center that places students at community agencies for a day of service.
LSC Adds Optional Movie Captions
The Lecture Series Committee will provide optional captioning for many of their movies beginning this fall.
The Tech’s Guide to Student-Friendly Local Banks
By now, you’ve probably seen the banks setting up in the Student Center with their colorful logos and friendly college-aged employees, trying to lure you into opening an account with them. How do you know which one is right?
Into MIT’s Hidden Places: Follow the Orange Florey
Okay, I’ll admit it. When I was a freshman, I was totally clueless.
WORLD AND NATION
U.S. May OK U.N.-Sponsored Multinational Force in Iraq
U.S., N. Korea Meet in Person For First Time in Four Months
U.S. Close to Agreeing to Help Poor Countries Buy Medicines
Shuttle Report Sparks Discussion In Congress About Future Plans
Six Dead After Fired Employee Goes On Rampage in Auto Parts Warehouse
The Terrorism Futures Market Is Immoral
Wait, Let’s Talk About This
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
The Place Of Journalists
FILM REVIEW ***: Somewhere Closer Than Over the Rainbow -- Campy Film Cliched But Soundtrack Worthwhile B
RESTAURANT REVIEW: The Daddy of Beantown’s Bars -- Dad’s Beantown: Cold Drinks, Warm Food, Hot Bartenders and Waitresses
Ask Nutty B
Gadget Review: Flat Screen TVs
Hacking Spirit Alive and Well : At Freshmen Photo
TRIBUTE: Mr. ‘Cut the Mullet’ Cuts Out Early -- A Fan Mourns the Untimely Passing of Offbeat Rocker Wesley Willis