McCormick Readies For Dining Upgrade
Renovations of the McCormick dining hall may begin as early as this Thursday, said McCormick Housemaster Charles Stewart III. The renovations are in preparation for next year's mandatory dining plan for McCormick freshmen.
Szuminski Debuts in the Majors
Jason E. Szuminski '01 made his major league debut withthe San Diego Padres on Sunday night, in the ninth inning of their game against the San Francisco Giants.
UA Senate Conducts Elections
The Undergraduate Association Senate elected Rose A. Grabowski '05 to the position of UA Senate Speaker for the 2004-2005 school year.
SidPac Government Gets Mixed Resident Reviews
The Sidney-Pacific graduate residence government has received mixed reviews in response to its officer selection process.
ASA Officers Elected April 8
Professors Screw Students To Garner Donations
The annual Institute Screw contest, commonly known as the "Big Screw", began yesterday and will run through Friday.
WORLD AND NATION
Scientist Says He Was Shown North Korean Nuke Devices
Bush Says Reformation Needed For U.S. Intelligence Services
U.S. Troops Battle Insurgents To Keep Baghdad Roads Open
Three More Moroccans Arrested In Madrid Train Bombings Case
Pakistan Opposition Leader Receives Jail Sentence of 23 Years for Treason
Weather: Weather History of April
Don’t Rush Homeland Security Budget Reform
Diff’rent Strokes: Spain and the United States
CONCERT REVIEW: Corigliano Quartet Impresses Even Anti-Chamber Listeners -- Talented and Enjoyable String Quartet Plays Less Enjoyable Pieces
THEATER REVIEW: A $^%*@!& Good Show -- “Power of Darkness” is Sexy and Convincing
TV REVIEW: ‘Clone Wars’ Lacks That Old Lucas Magic -- Star Wars Micro-series Too Little Too Late
MIT Taekwondo Defeats Rival
Szuminski’s Barbs Hurt MIT Athletes
A Focused Look at MIT Athletics
Taekwondo Place Winners At Yale
MIT Crew Captures Donahue Cup
MIT Golf Bests NEWMAC Opponents
Moved by Mickelson’s Miracle At the Magical 2004 Masters