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Debate Over New Dorm’s Future Continues

The cautious optimism expressed by students and administrators last week about plans for a new graduate dormitory has degenerated into frustration and confusion after senior administrators first threatened to cancel the project, substantially shortened the timeline and scope for community input, then reversed themselves and reinstated the original timeline, all over the space of three days.


Lukmann,Miller Elected UAP/VP

Andrew T. Lukmann ’07 and Ruth F. Miller ’07 will be the next Undergraduate Association President and Vice President,


Results of the Spring 2006 UA Election

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MacGregor Considering Plans to Reopen Dining

MIT is considering renovations that would bring a dining hall to the Macgregor dormitory for the first time in over a decade.


WORLD AND NATION

Memorial Gathering in Iraqi Kurdistan Turns to Violence
Idaho Governor Nominated As Next Secretary of the Interior
U.S. Announces Large-Scale Air Attack on Iraqi Insurgent Bases
Chinese Dissident Has No Mental Problems, Psychiatrists Conclude
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OPINION

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ARTS

Dance Review: Boston Ballet Delivers Energetic Performance of Love StoryInane Plot of ‘La Fille mal gard e’ Balanced by Skilled Dancing and Acting
Film Review *** : Standing Up for Hope In the Slums: Award-winning South African Film ‘Tsotsi’ Fights for Redemption
On the Screen
Theater Review: ‘Threepenny Opera’ a Rich Performance: Despite Talent, Harvard Actors Can’t Grasp Raunchy Feel of Original Performance

SPORTS

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Best ECAC Finish Ever Vaults Women’s Gymnastics to NCGA’s
Senior Orji Continues Reign in Shot Put And Weight Throw Events Takes Third National Title at Championship

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