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Alpha Phi Omega (APO)’s annual Institute Screw fundraiser runs this week from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Lobby 10. APO accepts donations of loose change in glass jars to candidates who students “feel have screwed them over the most.” The proceeds go to the winner’s selection of charity, and the winner claims possession of a four-foot long left-handed aluminum screw for the year. Last year’s contest raised upwards of $1,500, and 2007’s raised $2,919.
Candidate Charity Amount
Chancellor Philip L. Clay PhD ’75 Local homeless shelter $20.36
Pierre F. J. Lermusiaux (2.005) American Cancer Society $10.99
Dan Frey (2.007) United Cerebral Palsy Ass’n $5.25
Richard D. Berlin III (Campus Dining) Project Bread $4.69
David W. Miller (Course 16) AIDS Action Committee $4.36
Albert R. Meyer (6.042) MIT Community Service Fund $2.16
Richard M. Dudley (18.440) Jimmy Fund $2.00
Karen A. Nilsson (Residential Life) Project Bread $2.00
Christopher C. Cummins CM ’93 (5.03, 5.05) Save the Harbor, Save the Bay $1.46
Anette Hosoi (2.001, 2.006) To be determined $1.00
Tong Chen (Course 21F) To be determined $0
Alexander Mitsos (Course 2) Big Sisters Boston $0
Total $54.20