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The UA candidates for the office of President and Vice President debate various issues concerning the undergraduate population. From left to right: Thomas W. Hay ’10 (VP) and Ryan W. Jackson ’10 (P), Raeez Lorgat ’12 (VP) and Benjamin J. Agre ’12 (P), Margaret K. Delano ’10 (VP) and Michael A. Bennie ’10 (P)
ASSOCIATE NEWS EDITOR
March 10, 2009
From the dining system to student-administration transparency, Undergraduate Association presidential and vice-presidential candidates discussed popular student government issues in a debate last Sunday night. The debate was co-hosted by The Tech and the UA Election Commission.
CONTRIBUTING EDITOR
March 10, 2009
The Fourth Annual MIT Energy Conference brought together over 1000 people this past weekend to talk about the future of energy, how technology is involved, and how MIT can help.
ASSOCIATE NEWS EDITOR
March 10, 2009
The Blue Ribbon Committee on Dining has been given until April to release final recommendations for dining at MIT reported Donna M. Denoncourt, associate dean for residential life, at last night’s Undergraduate Association Senate meeting.
ASSOCIATE NEWS EDITOR
March 10, 2009
This year, 128 freshmen accepted early sophomore status out of the 1051 students in the Class of 2012. 181 qualified for early sophomore standing. The percentage of freshmen offered sophomore standing this year is consistent with the percentages of recent years.



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