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City Police Could Track Kegs

The Cambridge Licensing Committee will vote later this month to adopt regulations on keg purchases similar to those recently implemented in Boston. The regulations w ould be based on the Boston Licensing Board’s new laws, implemented last October, requiring liquor stores and breweries to report personal information such as name, address, and date of birth of keg-buyers to the Boston police department.


UA President & VP Candidates Discuss Platforms

Yesterday, The Tech interviewed the Undergraduate Association President and Vice President Tickets, consisting of Andrew T. Lukmann ’07 and Ruth F. Miller ’07, Jessica H. Lowell ’07 and Steven M. Kelch ’08, and Dwight M. Chambers ’07 and Victor C. Cabral ’07. Online voting ends today, and ballot voting will be available in Lobby 10 tomorrow.


Finboard Appeals Give Student Groups More Funding for Spring ’06

To the delight of 76 student organizations, the Undergraduate Association Finance Board allocated an additional $56,831 after re view of the Independent Activities Period/Spring 2006 Appeals, which totaled $179,000. The three highest recipients this semester were Technique, with $5,575, the Association of Taiwanese Students, with $2,405, and the Laboratory for Chocolate Science, wi th $1,975.


U.S. Colleges Opening Minority Aid to All Students

Facing threats of litigation and pressure from Washington, colleges and universities nationwide are opening to white students hundreds of thousan ds of dollars in fellowships, scholarships and other programs previously aimed at minorities.


Welch to Teach Sloan Course

Former General Electric CEO Jack Welch will teach a course at the Sloan School of Management next fall, according to an MIT Sloan press release. The course, which will be entitled “Conversations with Jack Welch,” will be taught with stories and real-life anecdotes, Welch said in the press release.


WORLD AND NATION

Judge Postpones Moussaoui Hearing Because of Violation
Milosevic Possibly Manipulated His Medication to Fake Illness
Iraqi Ex-Judge Under Saddam Defends Shiite Death Sentences
Exxon Mobil, Indonesian Company Near Agreement Over Oil Deposit
Clinical Trial Shows That Implanted Heart Device Could Reduce Migraines
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OPINION

MIT Can’t Access Its Own Research
Living and Learning with MIT Housing
Lowell/Kelch:Strong Policy and Reform
Let My People Grow
Letters to the Editor
Corrections

CAMPUS LIFE

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SPORTS

MIT Men’s Volleyball Defeats Johnson & Wales 3-1

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