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Jessica Witchley—The Tech
The bezel for the 2010 Brass Rat is presented to the Class of 2010 during Ring Premiere held last night in Kresge Auditorium. Besides the typical features of the beaver grasping a diploma, the phrase “IHTFP” is hidden in the buildings in the background and a fire truck is included to represent a Sept. 11, 2006 hack.
CONTRIBUTING EDITOR
February 19, 2008
Freshman grades have improved since the change from pass/no record grading to A/B/C/no record grading in the spring term, according to a report released last month by the Committee on the Undergraduate Program. But sophomore grade point averages for both fall and spring terms have remained constant since the change.
STAFF REPORTER
February 19, 2008
A streamlined Brass Rat, featuring clear lettering and winks at Harry Potter and last year’s fire truck hack, was the star at a ceremony last night in Kresge Auditorium where the 2010 Ring Committee presented their design.
STAFF REPORTER
February 19, 2008
This fall, about 50 undergraduates will live in the new graduate dormitory NW35 in advance of moving into a renovated W1, currently called Ashdown House, when it reopens in fall 2010.
STAFF REPORTER
February 19, 2008
Third Eye Blind will be the main act in the Spring Weekend Concert to be held on April 25 in the Johnson Athletic Center. The alternative rock band was the favorite choice in a survey of over one thousand undergraduates, garnering a 76 percent approval rating. Jimmy Eat World and Akon ranked second and third, respectively.



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