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Bush Appoints Vest To New Commission

MIT President Charles M. Vest has been appointed by U.S. President George W. Bush to a commission that will review the nation’s intelligence capabilities and processes with regard to weapons of mass destruction.

Lack of Funds Slows Construction

Several construction projects on and around the MIT campus have been slowed down or put on hold because of budget cuts and difficulties in raising funds.

MIT Begins Conducting Student Billing Online

MIT is phasing out paper student bills this spring as it transitions to MITPAY, a new electronic billing system that will go online on will go online on Feb. 19.

Russell G. Clisbee

Lt. Albert F. Pierce Jr., one of the officers who responded to the scene several minutes after the call, said that there was no indication of foul play.

Matchup Inspires Online Love

Valentine’s Day. Usually this would probably mean another Saturday night in the Athena cluster. But fear not, lonesome MIT geeks -- your prayers have been answered.

MIT Pledges to Improve Streetscape

MIT promised the city of Cambridge to make efforts to enhance the campus landscape and streetscape in the 2003 annual town gown report. The Institute will add bicycle paths, improve traffic flow and consolidate utility lines around campus. The plans include improvements on Vassar Street, Memorial Drive, and Massachusetts Avenue, as well as a proposed railroad crossing near NW30.


Sept. 11 Panel Requests Info From Bush, Cheney, Clinton

Clark Plans to Endorse Kerry, Dean Makes Appeal for Voters