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UAP, VP Candidates Set for Wed. Debate

Candidates, however, are thinking about a number of other issues, from the Coffeehouse to SafeRide, and began the process of distinguishing themselves this week.

New Guidelines Outline Response to Visa Delays

Anticipating the potential consequences of a more stringent government visa policy for international students, a group of deans at MIT has completed a set of guidelines for how faculty should deal with international graduate students stuck outside the country due to delayed visas.

Class of 2005 Brass Rat Features Rush Tombstone, Traditional Seal

The latest Rat featured traditional features, traditional humor, and some new ideas.

First Encounter with MIT’s Culture Proves Rewarding

MIT’s fame in academia is renown, and has spawned rumors and myths. Prefrosh are no doubt curious to see if any of them are true. Well, MIT didn’t turn out to be what it’s cracked up to be; it’s a great deal more than that.

Council Ponders New Tax

A reduction in financial support from Beacon Hill has prompted the Cambridge City Council to discuss a payroll tax that would affect local universities.

Elevators Have New System, Slow Doors

The second of two student center elevator upgrades, which will modernize the 1960s technology currently in use, will be completed in the next week or two, said Campus Activities Complex Director Phillip J. Walsh.


United States, Britain, Spain Present New Iraq Resolution

French, German Leaders Present Weapons Inspections Plan to U.N.