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At the Cheryl Vossmer Photo Exhibition hosted by the Sidney-Pacific Graduate Community, MIT Police Sergeant Cheryl N. Vossmer (right) showcased her outstanding work to (from left) David J. Dolev, MIT Police Officer Jennifer Ortiz, Justin Zheng G, and MIT Police Officer Loren Montgomery.
September 23, 2008
About 20 percent of undergraduates voted to elect new members to the Undergraduate Association Senate and the 2012 Class Council this fall. Rishi Dixit ’12 and Andy D. Kalenderian ’12 have been elected Class of 2012 president and vice president. Twenty-six new members have been elected to the senate, the majority of which are freshmen.
September 23, 2008
Delta Psi, better known as the No. 6 Club, left the Interfraternity Council to join the Living Group Council before rush this fall following disagreements with the IFC over the Clearinghouse system policies.
September 23, 2008
MIT is a multitasker. In addition to being an institute of higher education, MIT is a political force with its own office in Washington.
STAFF REPORTER
September 23, 2008
More students but fewer companies attended last Thursday’s Fall Career Fair at the Johnson Athletic Center, according to Robert J. Richard, associate director of the Global Education and Career Development Center.




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