According to Cambridge voting history data and an informal poll, about 63 percent of MIT students voted this election, 12 percentage points more than the national turnout for voters aged 18-29.
Contrary to the information on a yellow flyer recently distributed with paychecks, the Cashier's Office, currently located in 10-180 along the Infinite Corridor, will not be moving on November 15, said Assistant Accounting Officer Cheryl A. Whelan.
The Dormitory Council is considering a plan to grant undergraduate students card access to undergraduate dormitories in which they are not residents.
Comments regarding the presidential election made by Professor Robert A. Weinburg '64 in an Introductory Biology (7.012) lecture last Wednesday were initially posted online as part of the lecture, but were later removed.
"You don't understand me, I don't understand you, but we both understand Ender Wiggin," said author Orson Scott Card in his talk this weekend on Middle East politics.
The Alpha Phi Omega fraternity launched its annual fall charity contest yesterday. Previously known as Ugliest Manifestation on Campus, or UMOC, this year's competition has taken on a new twist as "UMOk", which stands for "Ultimate Manifestation of Kore," as in "hardkOre," said Beth E. Baniszewski '05, an APO member.
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