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Quentin Smith—The Tech
Twenty-one people participated in an attempt to break the “mattress dominoes” world record. The attempt on Tuesday in Lobby 7 and the Infinite Corridor was organized by Admissions blogger Michael J. Snively ’11. Unfortunately, they didn’t beat the Guinness World Record of 80 mattresses.
September 4, 2009
Since Obama stepped into the White House, he has called on several MIT professors to work in or with his administration. Four have taken temporary leave from the Institute to work full-time in Washington, and others serve as advisers. These professors have taken on diverse tasks: managing budgets, crafting policy, overseeing legislation, and working with other countries.
September 4, 2009
Whee! Whee! THWUMP.
September 4, 2009
The Alpha Tau Omega fraternity was expelled from the Interfraternity Council last Thursday but has appealed this decision and is waiting on the results, according to ATO’s president DeRon M. Brown ‘10. Brown wrote in an e-mail that ATO does not know when it will receive a decision on its appeal. He said he is also uncertain if ATO will participate in rush, which starts Saturday.
September 4, 2009
Because of erroneous data provided by the Interfraternity Council, the fraternity rush Daily Confusion published in Friday’s Tech contained numerous inaccuracies. Fraternity rush chairs were asked to review their chapters’ entries and the requested corrections were made in this reprinted version. Enjoy Rush!

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