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Greenblatt Selected As Interim Exec. VP

Sherwin Greenblatt ’62 has been named MIT’s interim executive vice president for finance and administration, taking over for departing Executive Vice President John R. Curry.


Cashier’s Office Moves To NE49 from Infinite

The Cashier’s Office closed its office in the Infinite today and will re-open tomorrow in its new location in NE49-3077, according to a press release from the Controller’s Accounting Office.


A Tasty Education in Boston Dining

Kathy Lin ’05 shares some of her favorite local destinations in a five-part series this week. Part 4 of 5.


BCS Project On Schedule

Construction on the Brain and Cognitive Sciences Project is on schedule, and faculty members will move into the new building in September, said Senior Project Development Manager Arne Abramson MCP ’82. The project remains on budget, he said. The building, near the Stata Center along Vassar Street, rises over the railroad track and will become the home of the Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences, the Picower Center for Learning and Memory, and the McGovern Institute for Brain Research.


Gaggle Cops 125th Tech Managing Board Elections

gaggle, n.


SafeRide Routes and Schedule

TABLE


WORLD AND NATION

Briefs (left)
Weather
1,000 Iraqis Die in Stampede Over Rumors of Suicide Bomb

By Robert F. Worth
THE NEW YORK TIMES


BAGHDAD, IRAQ


Flooding in New Orleans May Be Deadlist U.S. Disaster Ever

By Robert D. Mcfadden 
and Joseph B. Treaster
THE NEW YORK TIMES


NEW ORLEANS


Bolton Seeks Changes to U.N. Millennium Development Goals

By Warren Hoge
THE NEW YORK TIMES


UNITED NATIONS


Russian Agents Allowed Attackers Free Passage, Aiding School Siege

By C.J. Chivers
THE NEW YORK TIMES


MOSCOW


Senate Jud. Committee Investigating Early Identification of 9/11 Terrorist

By Philip Shenon
THE NEW YORK TIMES


WASHINGTON


Briefs (right)

OPINION

Erratum

ARTS

Art REVIEW: Calculated Spontaneity — the Paradox of Degas
classical review: Rafael Fruhbeck de Burgos and BSO Energize Otherwise Banal Program: Orchestra Continues Tradition of Excellence at Tanglewood Summer Home
Restaurant review: Dining at The Dive: Where the Noodles are Cheap and The Milieu is Free

CAMPUS LIFE

In The Parlance of Our TimesTop Ten Complaints or Things You’ll See in The Tech Every Week
Gadget Reviewio2 Digital Writing System

SPORTS

Fencing Beginners Encouraged to Test Their Steel

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