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Record Snowfall Closes MIT, Pops Bubble

Setting the record for the greatest snowfall in Boston since 1893, the storm this President’s Day weekend dropped 27.5 inches and caused MIT to close for the first time in six years.


Jurassic 5 Selected For Spring Weekend

Connoisseurs of hip-hop, rejoice. The band Jurassic 5 will headline this year’s Spring Weekend concert in April.


Dormcon Authors Orientation Schedule Proposal

The Dormitory Council has proposed a schedule for Orientation 2003, featuring the return of Killian Kickoff and more than two days of dormitory rush.


Pinker Mulls Harvard Job After 22 Years in Course IX

Professor of Psychology Steven Pinker is mulling a departure from MIT to Harvard University.


Elliott Gives Lecture On Race, Prejudice

Human rights activist Jane Elliott addressed the MIT community in room 10-250 last night on the topic of racism and other forms of discrimination.


Faculty Talk About New Majors, SEVIS

Members of the faculty held their monthly meeting on Wednesday to discuss two new degree programs and MIT’s cooperation with the government’s Student and Exchange Visitor Information Systems, or SEVIS.




WORLD AND NATION

U.S., Britain Soon to Present Council Disarmament Policy

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