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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

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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

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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