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Arrow Street Crepes to Close Permanently

Arrow Street Crepes will permanently close its restaurant in the Student Center due to financial difficulties, said Director of Campus Dining Richard D. Berlin III.

Prefrosh Gather on Campus for CPW

Over 800 prospective students for the MIT class of 2008 converged from all over the world to experience as an MIT student, compacted into the four caffeinated days that are collectively known as Campus Preview Weekend.

Number of Female Faculty Increases

Since the 1999 School of Science and 2002 Institute-wide reports on the status of women faculty, MIT has increased the number of female professors and initiated many policies to accommodate the needs of female faculty members.

George W. Whitehead Jr.

George W. Whitehead Jr. of Winchester, MA, professor emeritus in the Department of Mathematics, died on Monday, April 12. He was 85.

MIT Employees' Social Security Numbers Found in Public File

Social security numbers and MIT identification numbers of over 11,000 MIT employees were posted in a publicly accessible file for six months.

Running Totals for APO's "Big Screw" Contest


Bush Supports Replacement For Iraqi Governing Council

Rising Chinese Prices Generate Worldwide Inflation Concerns

Party of Embattled President Big Winner in South Korea Vote

Iraqi Officials Still Hopeful About Reaching Peace Settlement Soon

News Briefs

News Briefs


Democracy Needs Care

Redirecting the War on Terror


DANCE REVIEW: Alvin Ailey Troupe’s Choreography Consumes the Stage -- Dance Numbers Brim with Emotion


Sex and the SafeRide: How do you Measure Up?

Scratch Paper: The Bell Curve Life

Positive Sinking: Freaking Out the Pre-frosh

Real Dialogue: The Tech interviews Jack Valenti

Gadget Review - Saitek P3000 Wireless USB Gamepad


The Tales of Unexpected Success


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