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UMOC Donations as of Thursday, Nov. 1

Source: Ekaterina Kuznetsova ’09, UMOC Coordinator

Voting for UMOC ends today at 5 p.m. in Lobby 10. MIT community members may vote by placing money in the jars of their favorite candidates. An awards ceremony will be held in Room 1-135 at 7:15 p.m.

Candidate Charity Total
Miriam A. “Mish” Madsen ’09

Condom Needler

“If you don’t vote for me, I’ll sabotage your contraceptives.”

Doctors Without Borders $121.98
An individual running under the name “Talia Winters”

High Priestess of the Campus Crusade for Cthulhu

“Sinfully Tentacular.”

Transition House for Women $63.66
Adalberto “Nicolas” N. Garza ’10

“Pro-Abortion. Because Life and Choice are both wrong.”

Planned Parenthood $28.43
Those Damn Spammers

All the participants of the most recent series of campus-wide flame-wars.

“Helping developing countries learn everything there is to know about Vlad the Impaler.”

One Laptop Per Child $28.41
Jasmine R. Florentine ’11

MIT Dead Kitten Society

“Cute things are tasty!”

Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals $28.31
Natalia N. Chernenko ’08

Pagan/Witch — President of the Pagan Students Group

“Do not vote for me.”

Charles River Watershed Association $18.69
Evelyn M. Mervine G

Co-President of MIT Atheists, Agnostics, and Humanists

“No Hell Below Us, Above Us Only Sky.”

James Randi Educational Foundation $12.08