Students Discuss Flag Issues at UA Forum
Students discussed the flag-flying controversy at a forum hosted by the Undergraduate Association last night, but no representatives from the administration were in attendance.
TDC Must Educate Fellow Houses
The Theta Delta Chi fraternity must do “something creative” to change fellow fraternities’ attitudes toward alcohol and the police, or face a 14-day suspension from their house during their rush period next fall.
MIT’s Demaine Wins ‘Genius Grant’
The Tech: So let me get this straight: What’s your birthdate?
Reading Room Renovations Delayed for Lack of Funds
Claude R. Canizares, associate provost and CRSP Chair, said that the proposal is “being carried [over] as a high priority project that we intend to do at the earliest time the budget will allow.”
WORLD AND NATION
By Richard W. Stevenson and Carl Hulse
Bush: Israel ‘Must Not Feel Constrained’ in Self-Defense
By Erik Schmitt and Thom Shanker
Guantanamo Bay Interpreters May Have Sabotaged Interviews
By Nicholas Wade
Lauterbur, Mansfield Awarded Nobel Prize for Work with MRI
By Chris Gaither
Napster 2.0 Music Service Details To Be Unveiled Thursday by Roxio
Why I’m Running for Cambridge City Council
The Fame of the Ig Nobel Prize
The Challenge Undergraduates Face
CD REVIEW: Dave’s Pocket Full of Posies -- ‘Some Devil’ Is About Life and the Certainty of Death
EVENT REVIEW: Cho Brings Revolution to Kresge -- Sold-Out Comedy Show the Highlight of Fall Festival
RESTAURANT REVIEW: Not So Ooh-La-La -- Crispy CrÊpes Is Good, But Too American
RESTAURANT REVIEW: In Indian Meat Heaven on Newbury -- Kashmir Serves Divine Chicken, Lamb, and Cheese Patties
THEATER REVIEW: Shakespeare Done the Right Way -- Cambridge University Brings ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ to MIT
Death by Zeitgeist: What’s Wrong with this Picture?
Gadget Review: X-10 Home Automation System
Celebrities Hit the Ice For a Good Time, Cause
Tuesday, Oct. 7
By Paul Dill
mike the dog
pooplets & pooplings