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The Ying Yang Twins, Eric “Kaine” Jackson and D’Angelo “D-Roc” Holmes, perform during the Spring Weekend concert in Johnson Athletic Center on Friday, April 27. See page 9 for more photos.
ASSOCIATE NEWS EDITOR
May 1, 2007
A small crowd of about 25 students attended the Dormitory Council elections meeting that selected Sarah C. Hopp ’08 and James T. Albrecht ’08 as president and executive vice president, respectively. The meeting was held last night at the East Campus Talbot lounge. Six other DormCon positions were also selected during the meeting (see the table on page 14 for final results). Bexley Hall and Next House were not represented at the elections.
THE BOSTON GLOBE
May 1, 2007
Since the completion of the human genome project, biologists have been fanning out to study the genetics of virtually every imaginable life form: armadillo, potato, slime mold, various fungi, and many, many others. To this list, Harvard biologist Gary Ruvkun would like to add extraterrestrial life.
THE BOSTON GLOBE
May 1, 2007
If the car of the future runs on old cornstalks and scraps of sugarcane, you might be able to thank a group of executives sitting eight stories above the Charles River.
May 1, 2007
The following officers were elected by the Undergraduate Association Council during a UA meeting on Monday, April 23.



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