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Soloists Michael R. Miller ’09 (front left) and Bryan K. Koo ’09 (front center) sing “Get Over It” by OK Go at the Logarhythms’ Winter Concert on December 12 in Kresge Theater. See page 6 for more photos from the concert.
STAFF REPORTER
January 7, 2009
MIT accepted 10.7 percent of early applicants this year, in what may be the most competitive admissions season yet. Out of 5019 applications, 540 students were offered early admission, according to Dean of Admissions Stuart Schmill ’86.
EXECUTIVE EDITOR
January 7, 2009
If your friend swears he invited you to that party, but you never got the e-mail, he might just be telling the truth.
MIT NEWS OFFICE
January 7, 2009
Lauren Tsai ’04, who graduated from MIT with a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering, was killed Saturday, December 13 in a car crash in Newton. She was 26.
THE NEW YORK TIMES
January 7, 2009
Responding to a rash of public corruption scandals in Massachusetts, Gov. Deval Patrick on Tuesday proposed steeper fines for ethics violations and other improvements to laws meant to keep government officials and lobbyists honest.



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