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Prenner and Tsao -- Experience, Competence

Jeremy Hylton and Bill Jackson

DISSENTING

Emily R. Prenner '93 and Anne S. Tsao '94 deserve your vote for Undergraduate Association President and Vice President in tomorrow's election. Prenner and Tsao have demonstrated a history of commitment to issues and the leadership abilities needed to carry the UA through the next year. Their working knowledge of the UA and the MIT administration in general give them the background needed for a smooth transition of power. Prenner and Tsao already have the experience they need to run the UA effectively.

Their stands on maintaining the current R/O system and keeping a constant check on ARA are intelligent and well thought-out. They plan to continue the recent trend of the UA in organizing colloquia to discuss issues important to students. Most importantly, their promise to keep in constant communication with students and the administration is the key to a successful UA term.

The "apathy team" of Rinehart and Brown has brought up many important issues. However, there is some question about their plans should they win the election. Voters should reject a slate of apathy toward student government and vote for a team with realistic goals and solid plans for the future of the UA. That team is Prenner and Tsao.