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CORRECTION TO THIS ARTICLE:
Because of incorrect information supplied to The Tech by Cambridge Fire Department Public Information Office Deputy Chief James F. Burns, a front-page “In Short” item on Tuesday incorrectly stated that the investigation into the Sept. 8 trash chute fire at East Campus was closed. Lieutenant David J. Pierce of the CFD’s Fire Investigations Unit states that the investigation is “still ongoing” and that the CFD does not comment on ongoing investigations.

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The Student Art Loan Program at the List Visual Arts Center lets you borrow free art for a year. Visit the exhibition and enter the lottery through Sep. 20. We highly recommend it. http://listart.mit.edu

Free food Wednesday courtesy of the Career Fair Kickoff Networking BBQ at 6:30 p.m. at the Kresge BBQ pits. The Career Fair takes place Thursday in Johnson.

Interested in Student government? UA Senate and 2013 Class Council candidate packets are due Friday, see http://ua.mit.edu/.

Cambridge Fire has closed their investigation of the Tues. Sept. 8 fire in an East Campus dormitory trash chute. Investigation results were not available at press time, though the fire department’s incident report states “We found a lighter inside trash container, on top of the trash.” There is no confirmation yet on whether the fire was deliberately set.

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