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MIT, Anna's Taqueria Finalizing Contract

The Office of Campus Dining is finalizing plans to bring Anna's Taqueria to the Student Center.

Three Win 'Genius Grant' Award

Three member of the MIT community and one former member will be awarded the MacArthur Foundation's prestigious "genius grant" today, the Foundation announced.

More Fraternity Pledges This Year Than Last Year

As of Sunday night, 296 of the 371 individuals offered fraternity bids have pledged, according to a document released by the Interfraternity Council. In total, 449 bids were given.

SAE Finds Temporary House in Allston

Sigma Alpha Epsilon, now two steps away from full membership in the Interfraternity Council, has found a temporary house in Allston and is shopping for a larger one in Cambridge.

Colleges Report Increased Job Recruitment for '05

Employers are back on campus.

ILG Rush Similar to Last Year With Many Bids Still Left Open

Rush for Independent Living Groups, which started with fraternity rush on Sept. 5 and ended on Sept. 19, produced bid and pledge numbers comparable to the past few years.


Senate Split On Bill Creating Post for Intelligence Director

Gay Rights Activists Make Last Stand in Still-Divided Oregon

Private Medicare Plans Found To Cost $700 More Per Person

Fannie Mae Agrees To Accounting Changes Following Scathing Report

FBI Has Not Translated Thousands Of Hours of Archived Terrorist Tapes

News Briefs

News Briefs


Looking Back at a Unique Experience: Miss Massachusetts Erika Ebbel Says Judges Were Not Seeking MIT Graduates


CONCERT REVIEW: Classical Music From Across the World -- Sarod Maestro Amjad Ali Khan Captivates Audience’s Senses

FESTIVAL REVIEW: ‘Silkscreen’ Not a Revolution -- Asian American Film Festival Effective But Not Stand-Out

MOVIE REVIEW H 1/2: ‘Shark Tale’ More ‘Sinbad’ Than ‘Shrek’ -- DreamWorks Once Again Poorly Retreads Disney Ground

PUNK’S NOT DEAD A REVIEW OF PUNK MUSIC AND OTHER RANDOM CDS: Zero Boundaries Present in ‘Andiamo’ -- Authority Zero Confuses Music Genre Sorters With New Album

THE SHORT SPIN: “Recoil” by Nonpoint

TV REVIEW: ‘The Daily Show’ is Adult Entertainment -- Forget Chappelle, Jon Stewart is Comedy Central’s Clown Prince


Heinz Not The Condiment Here

Deterring Democracy In Iraq


MIT Soccer Gains Momentum

Barry Bonds Takes It All


True Stories from No Limit Hold 'em on