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Perry Hung—The Tech
Gergana Bounova G takes a swing for the MIT Women’s Volleyball Club team. Four club teams competed in a trio of tournaments held at Rockwell Cage on Saturday, November 22. Bounova’s Maroon team won a thrilling three-game final to capture their division.
NEWS EDITOR
November 25, 2008
Alia Whitney-Johnson ’08 and Matthew L. Gethers ’09 are MIT’s latest Rhodes Scholars, two of 32 scholarship winners nationwide who will study next year at Oxford.
STAFF REPORTER
November 25, 2008
This weekend over 2,000 middle school and high school students flooded MIT to “learn anything” in classes taught by over 300 students from MIT and other Boston area colleges who were willing to “teach anything” as part of the Educational Studies Program’s twentieth annual Splash event. In the largest Splash to date with 100 more classes and 20 more teachers than last year, over 400 different classes were held all over campus on a diverse variety of subjects.
EXECUTIVE EDITOR
November 25, 2008
A word of warning: if you’re in 10-250, you may be on MIT Cable’s channel 11. A camera that points at the front of the room often broadcasts to that TV channel, even long after teaching hours are done.
THE BOSTON GLOBE
November 25, 2008
With his appointment Monday to lead the National Economic Council, the brainy but abrasive Lawrence H. Summers ’75 is set to become a key ideas man for President-elect Barack Obama as he labors to keep the economic crisis from spiraling out of control.



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