Dorms Get Wireless As Service Upgrades Prove Too Expensive|
After over two years of delays, the Housing Office has scrapped planned upgrades of wire networks in some dormitories, instead choosing the cheaper option of providing wireless internet.
Institute Gathers Faculty Proposals For Research Aiding Katrina Efforts
With new research efforts, a centralized organizing committee, and a new subject, MIT is taking on the long-term challenges following Hurricane Katrina’s devastation of Louisiana and Mississippi.
The Other Star Wars: MTG Musical Opens New Exhibit For the Museum of Science
When Jacqueline B. Kirtley ’96, a Museum of Science employee, heard that the MoS was looking for Star Wars-themed entertainment at a black-tie event, she knew just what to suggest.
MIT Solar Car Team Gears Up for Contest in Australia
Drivers in Australia will witness a curious sight next weekend as a troop of miniature UFOs-on-wheels invade Stuart Highway.
MIT Alum Wins MacArthur
Cindy Sheehan Visits Protest in Cambridge
Cindy Sheehan, the mother of a slain soldier whose vigil outside President Bush’s ranch in Crawford, Texas helped galvanize antiwar sentiment last month, told 200 cheering, chanting supporters in Cambridge yesterday that Americans should never again be led into what she called an illegal and unjust war.
Harvard Ponders Adding a Pub To Boost Campus Social Scene
Harvard College administrators lo
Gaggle Flaps Again
SPECIAL TO THE TECH
A changeover of the bellwether rung throughout W20-483, when Jina Kim resigned as Chairman, who leads this pack of intrepid journalistas through their therapy sessions.
WORLD AND NATION
Tropical Storm Rita Forces Halt of New Orleans Return
Women’s Soccer Team Loses 1-0 To Salem State in Tough Match