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The figure lists the number of votes for each suggestion and plots the percentage of the votes in favor. The only suggestion on the website not included is “Freshman Programs” because there was a misstatement in the UA summary.
Courtesy of Charlie Zien
Charlie Zien ’10 poses in front of one of the many jalopies that line the streets of downtown Havana on June 29.
Melissa Renée Schumacher—The Tech
Melissa A. Showers ’13 pulls ahead of runners from Brown and Sacred Heart during the Women’s cross country race on Saturday. MIT went on to finish 4th out of 49 teams.
Greg Steinbrecher—The Tech
MIT Students for Israel (MITSI) hosted Danielle Blumenstyk and Noa Ouziel on Oct. 7 for an educational discussion on the experience of women in the Israeli Defense Forces. Blumenstyk and Ouziel are representatives of the StandWithUs organization, a pro-Israel group that aims to educate the world about Israel and related issues.
Vibin Kundukulam—The Tech
Nikola B. Otasevic ’12 lobs the ball during MIT’s game against the Iona College Gaels on Saturday. The Engineers won 9-6, giving MIT their fourth win of the season.
Cole Houston—The Tech
Stephanie D. Cooke ’13 guards a Wellesley team member during the women’s soccer game on Saturday. The Engineers won 2-1.
Arfa Aijazi—The Tech
Internationally certified mehndi artist, Heather Caunt-Nulton, applies a henna tattoo to the hand of Kavitha Sivasailam G at the Mela Festival hosted by the Association for Indian Development (AID) on Oct. 11 in Rockwell Cage. AID is a volunteer organization that supports grassroots organizations in India.