Williams, Vasquez Elected as UA Pres, VP
Harel M. Williams ’05 and Phillip A. Vasquez ’05 will be the next president and vice president of the Undergraduate Association.
Your MIT Diploma: Coming to Singapore
Starting next year, the students at the two Singapore universities will be able to attend MIT classes online via teleconferencing equipment, partly in the new Stata Center classrooms, and will also spend one semester on campus.
Stata Center Move Begins This Week
The Department of Linguistics and Philosophy and the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) will move into the Stata Center by the end of the week now that the Ray and Maria Stata Center has passed all of the necessary inspections.
Disputes Cause Q Bubble To End Service at Arrow St.
Because of an inability to reach an agreement on their new contract, the Q Bubble Tea vendor and Arrow Street Crepes have decided to terminate their partnership, leaving many students unhappy and without a bubble tea vendor.
MIT Accepts 16 Percent of Class of ’08 Applicants
Letters of acceptance and rejection for MIT’s Class of 2008 were mailed on Friday, with 16 percent (1,664 out of a total of 10,464) of applicants having cause for celebration.
WORLD AND NATION
Nations with Troops in Iraq Make No Move to Join Spain
Aristide Now in Jamaica; Haiti Denouncess Ex-president’s Visit
International Officials Criticize Standards of Russian Elections
AFL-CIO To File Trade Complaint To President Bush Against China
Weather: Atoning for Low Snowfall
Northeastern’s Ludacris Punishment
On Ugliness And Architecture
“Give Me Back My Job, Foreigner”
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
How to Stay Well-Rounded at MIT
CONCERT REVIEW: Unfrozen Architecture -- Young Musicians Delightfully Render Scenes from Native Syria
CONCERT REVIEW: Festival Jazz Ensemble’s Got Rhythm -- MIT Group Dazzles With ‘Transformations’ of Billie Holiday, Duke Ellington
DANCE REVIEW: Mark Morris’s Exuberant Pageant Comes to Boston Morris Evolves from Dancer to Choreographer
THEATER REVIEW: Ennobling Nonna: A Live History -- The First Production of DeFrantz’s New Slippage Series Is Promising
THEATER REVIEW: Nothing Much to ‘Much Ado’ -- Shakespeare Ensemble Show Falls Flat in First Act, Redeems Itself in Second Act
WMBR'S TOP HIP HOP
Scratch Paper: When You Gotta Go
What’s Next?: I’ve Never Met With a Career Counselor
Orji Wins Shot Put At NCAA Nationals
Gymnastics Defeats Southern
Skaters Score High at Home Contest