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Students from all over Boston show off their bhangra, raas, and garba moves at Milan, a dance festival hosted by MIT South Asian American Students (SAAS) last Saturday in Walker Memorial.
October 30, 2009
The topic of sex is important in any discussion about the health of a campus. It is also one that is not often openly discussed. There is a lot we think we know about the sex lives of MIT students. But what is the truth? What is the norm at MIT? We hope you enjoy the content in this issue's special section and learn more about sex at MIT.
STAFF REPORTER
October 30, 2009
Seventy-nine thefts, including 24 laptops and 18 bicycles, have been reported on the MIT campus this term. Derek Correira was arrested in Baker House on Oct. 22 for stealing a laptop.
October 30, 2009
Despite having raised $1.6 million from alumni, the MIT wrestling team was denied by the administration in an attempt to regain varsity status. Wrestling will now function as a club sport, making it the last of the eight varsity sports that were cut from varsity status last spring to transition to club status.
NEWS EDITOR
October 30, 2009
Earlier this month, we asked all undergraduates via e-mail to take a sex survey. We asked you if you were having sex, when you were having sex, what kind of sex, and how good it was. About forty percent, or 1729 people, responded. We present the results here. Some of the statistics will not surprise anybody. Some surprised us all.




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