Two Theft Suspects Found and Arrested
Two suspects have been apprehended in the recent string thefts reported in McCormick Hall, Baker House, MacGregor House, and Green Hall since Sept. 26.
Cambridge Might Impose Zoning Ordinance on Local Universities
The city of Cambridge is currently investigating the possibility of requiring all new university housing projects to abide by the inclusionary zoning ordinance, which requires that 15 percent of new residential developments be affordable housing.
Rent Control, City Government Organization, and University Taxation Debated by Council Candidates
Wednesday’s debate among candidates for Cambridge City Council highlighted the lack of controversial issues in this year’s race. Few sparks flew as the candidates discussed, and mainly agreed on, the perennial Cambridge issues of rent control and affordable housing, university relations, and Cambridge’s city manager form of government.
MIT Works To Improve Recycling On Campus
MIT’s recycling rate last month was 24 percent, an improvement over the 11 percent recycling rate in 2000, reflecting MIT’s efforts towards achieving the goal
WORLD AND NATION
U.N. Approves Multinational Force in Iraq by Dec. 2003
Suspects Arrested in Gaza Strip Bombing of American Convoy
Investigators Focus on Pilot in Fatal Ferry Crash Investigation Investigation
Possible Consecration of Bishop In NH Threatens Unity of Church
Ailing Pope John Paul II Celebrates 25th Anniversary of Papacy in Rome
Weather: Turn of the Leaf
Responding to Flag Flap
Supporting Our Academic Allies
Sex and the SafeRide: Ladder Theory
Scratch Paper: Bursting the Bubble
Gadget Review: SlimX Player
Ask Nutty B
Head of the Charles Info.
NFL Week 6 -- The Untouchables
Hey Pedro: Please Shut Up and Grow Up
MIT Women’s Tennis Beats Holyoke, 7-2
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