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NIH Director To Be Graduation Speaker

Elias A. Zerhouni, director of the National Institutes of Health, will be MIT's 138th commencement speaker on June 4, 2004, according to director of the MIT News Office Arthur L. Jones.


Class Council, UA Elections Begin

Voting for Undergraduate Association and Class Council offices began at 12:01 am Monday, and the candidates for the Class Council presidents held their debate Monday night.


Daniel S. Mun

Daniel S. Mun '05, a junior majoring in biology, died from drowning on Dec. 5, 2003. Mun was listed as missing for three months, until his body was recovered from the Charles River last weekend. he was 20 years old.


Compromise Reached In Summer Housing Debate

Dormitories will not be classified into conference houses and student houses over the summer, as had been previously suggested last term by the summer housing task force, said Dean of Student Life Larry G. Benedict.




President Vest Addresses Students at GSC Meeting

President Charles M. Vest addressed members of the Graduate Student Council at their monthly meeting last Wednesday, covering a broad range of topics from graduate housing to diversity at MIT.


More Exploratory Subjects Designated This Spring

Three-hundred and two sophomores desginated subjects as exploratory this term by last Friday's deadline, said Assistant Registrar Iria J. Romano '83.


Upperclassmen Offer Advice on Choosing a Major

Freshmen, take note: the deadline for declaring your major is April 16. Do you know what your decision will be?


WORLD AND NATION

Iraqi Constitution Is Signed Despite Shiite Reservations

Bush: 1995 Kerry Intelligence Bill Was ‘Deeply Irresponsible’

Alexandre Assumes Office While Aristide Criticizes ‘Occupation’

Former Mexican President Reveals ’88 Presidential Election Was Rigged

News Briefs

News Briefs

COLUMNS

Making Over John Kerry

Twisted Logic from the Syrian Ambassador

Defeating Lobby 7 Kiosks

EDITORIALS

Williams/Vasquez for UAP/VP

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

The Case for Ring Simplicity

ARTS

WMBR’S Top Albums


INTERVIEW: Silent Bob Talks -- An Interview with Kevin Smith


CONCERT REVIEW: Barenaked Ladies Show Their Stuff at Fleet Center -- Opening Acts Display Strong Vocals, Weak Stage Presence


SPORTS

Synchro Swim Team Places Sixth at URI

Women’s Tennis Defeats Bates

Taekwondo Triumphs at Princeton

Changes in Coaches Hinder KU and UNC

T.O. Stands for Totally Obtuse

COMICS

B.Loux

Trio

PHOTOGRAPHS