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Eric Schmiedl—The Tech
Friday’s snowstorm was severe enough that snow piled up on the J.B. Carr Tennis Bubble, causing it to partially collapse.
STAFF REPORTER
March 20, 2007
This year, 111 of the 187 students eligible for attaining sophomore standing chose to do so, a two percent increase from last year. Electrical Engineering and Computer Science was the most declared course by students in this group.
ASSOCIATE NEWS EDITOR
March 20, 2007
The Undergraduate Association voting Web site (http://vote.mit.edu) has experienced problems over the last few days as some users have been unable to vote without contacting the Election Commission. Michelle Jeong ’08, chair of the UA Election Commission, attributed the problem to lists provided by MIT that describe class affiliation and housing. She said that inaccuracies in those lists have commonly led to voting troubles.
THE BOSTON GLOBE
March 20, 2007
Even as a student, Jay R. Scheib, associate professor of music and theater arts, wasn’t afraid to take chances.
THE NEW YORK TIMES
March 20, 2007
It is one of the most symmetrical mathematical structures in the universe.



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