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Criminal Charge Filed Against MIT Police Officer is Dismissed

A Cambridge judge dismissed a criminal charge last Friday filed by Aimee L. Smith PhD '02 against a MIT Police Officer, Joseph D'Amelio, who had arrested her for disorderly conduct on Aug. 24.


Careers Office Optimistic About 2004 Job Outlook

Compared to previous years, 2004 has been a busy recruiting season for employers of MIT graduates. A record 206 companies took part in the September 2004 Career Fair, a 30 percent increase from the previous year.


Deadline Extended For Apps To Nov. 5

The deadline for early action applications has been extended from Nov. 1 to Nov. 5 due to technical dificulties involving MyMIT, MIT's new undergraduate admissions Web site that launched this year.


WORLD AND NATION

Activists Pack Swing States In Final Drive to Break Tie

Rehnquist Gets Chemotherapy, Postpones Returning to Work

Kidnappers Take Four Captive After Storming Baghdad Office

Judges Block Republicans Trying To Challenge Eligibility at Polls

News Briefs

News Briefs

Weather: Vote Early If You Want to Stay Dry

ARTS

MATT & BEN AMUSES BUT OVERCHARGES: Short Show Skewering Somerville’s Favorite Sons Scintillates Superficially

OPINION

The Deception of Triumph

Don’t Forget About the Rest of the Election!

EDITORIAL

Erratum

SPORTS

X-Country Champs for 7th Year

Football Team Loses Battle of the Unskilled

Laying Odds on the Big Race Using Sports Stats

TKD Spars for 1st with Cornell

COMICS

B. Loux

Deviants From The Norm

Trio

PHOTOGRAPHS