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Gates Speaks on Spam, Searching, Job

William H. Gates III described new innovations in spam filtering, image browsing, and portable media to an audience of over 1,000 MIT students yesterday.


Students Request Opinions On Ring

A group of sophomores launched a Web site this Tuesday morning to express their discontent over certain features on the 2006 Brass Rat. At the time of press, the site’s survey had received 196 responses, 172 of which came from members of the Class of 2006.


Diversity GIR Discussed At Recent Town Meeting

The student representatives of the task force on the educational commons held their first town hall meeting with students on Tuesday evening.


UA Elections Begin With Some Positions Going Uncontested

Fifteen individual and nine teams of candidates will officially begin campaigning for Undergraduate Association and class council positions at 5 p.m. tonight.




WORLD AND NATION

Weather: The Forecast...En EspaÑol

Ex-Minister Declares British Eavesdropped on U.N. Chief

EDITORIAL

Vote Kerry in Massachusetts Primary

Erratum

COLUMNS

Don’t Blame Me, I Voted For Kodos

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Crossing the Line

FEATURES

Sex and the SafeRide: Dating, With Benefits

Single and Loving It

SPORTS

MIT Women Set Many Records In NEWMAC Finals

CU’s Price for Playing Division I


PHOTOGRAPHS

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