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UMOC Monday Donations

Candidate Charity Total as of Monday
Omri Schwarz Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals $4.52
Amittai E. Axelrod ’02 Big Jimmy Fund $4.58
Brandon S. Moore ’09 Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation $11.11
Josh Pevner ’08 Hadassah: The Women’s Zionist Organization of America $15.61

Source: Alpha Phi Omega

Alpha Phi Omega service fraternity launched its annual fall charity contest yesterday. The UMOC, renamed this year as the Ugliest huMan On Campus, competition will run through Friday. Anyone who is affiliated with MIT and is not a professor or APO member is eligible to be a candidate, either by signing up or by being nominated, according to APO President Christina B. Hawkes ’07. Nominations are anonymous and nominees have no obligation to run. Candidates must run on behalf of a charity.

Wellesley sophomore Christina Lam signed up yesterday, supporting the charity Quincy Asian Resources, Inc. Olga B. Botvinnik ’10 also announced yesterday that she will run on behalf of Mr. Holland’s Opus Foundation. Both Lam and Botvinnik will have jars at the UMOC Lobby 10 booth starting today.