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Tuesday, January 30, 2001 A Publication of the Newspeak Association Volume No. 66, Issue 3

Front Page
-Cleaning up snow: DPW gets to work
-Students gain new opportunity to stay informed
-Lecture series Engineers the future
-President's IQP Awards given out

-Police Log
-Off Campus News
-When family turns on TV, VCR or computer, AOL Time Warner is there
-Italian doctor says he plans human clone within next year
-Science has gone too far, says manifesto by world-religions expert
-Jokes and poems: E-mail brings more politics into the workplace

-Are you really YOU?: When do you know you are 'gay'?
-WPI students join in protests:"Justice" in DC
-So long WPI, and thanks for all the degrees
-Anger over Ashcroft
-The Little Things
-The Pit

Arts & Entertainment
-Scots on the Rocks
-The Blunder of Anime Editing
-WPI gaming gets due attention
-What's Happening

-Club Corner
-Crimson Clipboard

-Men's swim team deserves more credit
-Score Board
-Upcoming Contests

Men's swim team deserves more credit

Women's Basketball
1/23SpringfieldL 54-64
1/25@ BeckerW
1/27@ WellesleyL 51-67

Current Record: 7-11 (.389)

Men's Basketball
1/23@ ClarkL 73-101
1/25@ Coast GuardL 54-95
1/27MITL 66-81

Current Record: 0-12 (.000)

1/21@ Springfield NECCWA TournamentL
1/24Plymouth StateL 18-19
1/27@The College of New JerseyL10-40
1/27@ TCNJ vs. Montclair StateL 9-44
1/27@ TCNJ vs. HunterW 26-16

Current Record: 2-9-1 (.167)

Men's Swimming
1/27@ Brandeis UniversityL 131-152

Current Record: 4-3 (.571)

Women's Swimming
1/27@ Brandeis UniversityL 116-130

Current Record: 3-7 (.300)

Winter 2000-01 Battle of the Sexes!
Women10-18 (.357)
Men6-24-1 (.194)

Total16-42-1 (.271)

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