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Absentstar lead vocalist Derek Ingersoll charms the crowd at the beginning of the 2008 Spring Weekend Concert held in the Johnson Athletics Center on Friday evening. See pages 8–9 for more photos from Spring Weekend.
ASSOCIATE NEWS EDITOR
April 29, 2008
Last night, the Dormitory Council, which represents residents from undergraduate dormitories, elected next year’s officers. In the upcoming year, DormCon may be at the forefront of many important decisions, including the development of W1 and continuing debate over mandatory dining plans.
NEWS EDITOR
April 29, 2008
Roughly 700 members of the Class of 2010 descended upon the Moakley Courthouse in downtown Boston for a posh evening last Saturday to celebrate the delivery of their Brass Rats. According to Laura E. Aust ’10, Chair of the 2010 Ring Committee, the event cost around $55,000.
THE NEW YORK TIMES
April 29, 2008
It is 10:30 p.m. and students at the elite Daewon prep school here are cramming in a study hall that ends a 15-hour school day. A window is propped open so the evening chill can keep them awake. One teenager studies standing upright at his desk to keep from dozing.
THE BOSTON GLOBE
April 29, 2008
With the first game of a late March doubleheader scheduled for noon, members of the MIT baseball team and a Rawlings representative meet at 8:30, gathering in a back corner of the school’s Aero/Astro hangar. Lefthanded reliever George M. Vasquez ’08 stands behind an air cannon, launching baseballs at a mannequin wearing a chest protector. Righthanded starter Jay M. Turner ’08 records electronic sensor data each time a ball makes contact.



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