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Boston Police Crack Down on Infractions

The Boston Police are expanding a “zero tolerance” policy for alcohol, noise, and nuisance violations to the city-wide level in response to a trend of increasingly disruptive behavior from students living off-campus in the neighborhoods surrounding Northeastern University, Boston University, and Boston College.


UA Preferential Voting Bill Tabled by Senate

The Undergraduate Association Senate voted to table a bill allowing preferential voting for write-in candidates this Monday in favor of instituting a broader review of the elections code as a whole.


No More Sleepless Nights for Wilczek

The 2004 Nobel Prize in physics was awarded to MIT Professor Frank Wilczek this past Tuesday for his work in quantum chromodynamics, or QCD. Co-recipients of this year’s prize were David J. Gross of the University of California at Santa Barbara and H. David Politzer of the California Institute of Technology.




WORLD AND NATION

Report Finds Hussein Easily Avoided Weapons Sanctions

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