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Yuanyu Chen—The Tech
Hao Ding ‘10 reads the “List of the Offended,” a (non-exclusive) list of everyone who may get offended by the songs or skits during the concert.
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Leonardo Dicaprio is all furrowed eyebrows and inner angst in Scorsese’s newest thriller.
Nicholas Chornay—The Tech
MIT may stop running the Northwest Shuttle and ask students to use another free local bus instead.
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Rogue Wave transcends indie labels, weaving nerdy charm into its earnest rock songs.
Yuanyu Chen—The Tech
Lady Gaga (Michael R. Blaisse ’10) shares the Chorallaries’ version of “One Fish, Two Fish, Next Fish, New Fish” as Hannah S. Israel ’12 holds the picture book up for the audience to see. The story mocked the sexual lives of MIT students, and included rhymes such as “But [MIT girls] spend all their time learning Einstein and Feynman, and don’t leave enough time for breaking the hymen!”
Yuanyu Chen—The Tech
Cecilia R. Louis ’10 sings the Bad Taste rendition of “Halo” by Beyonce, this time based on the XBOX video game Halo, including lyrics such as “kick your ass in Halo.”
Source: Undergraduate Association Fall 2009 Student Survey
Many students use shuttles but few use the M2, according to a UA survey.
The Tech File Photo
MIT Medical may cut overnight services and open a “Community Care Center.”
Vibin Kundukulam—The Tech
Freshly-minted Police Captain Jay A. Perault started as an MIT patrol officer and was most recently a detective. He’s also a software developer.
Greg Steinbrecher—The Tech
(Top row, L to R) Ariel A. Torres ’11, Vrajesh Y. Modi ‘11, and Ian P. Tracy ’11 will be running for the position of Undergraduate Association President. Their running mates are (bottom row, L to R): Jarrett R. Remsberg ’11, Samantha G. Wyman ’11, and Pall M. Kornmayer ’11, respectively.
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Scholar, inventor, and artist: Eriz Lieberman-Aiden, a graduate student in the Division of Health Sciences and Technology at Harvard and MIT, won the 2010 Lemelson-MIT Student Prize.
Aviv Ovadya
Students take a 7.013 test in Walker memorial on Wednesday morning. This was the first week of exams for many students.
David Chen—The Tech
Patrick J. Vatterott ‘13 leaps for a spike in the men’s volleyball match against Newbury College on Tuesday night. The Engineers won the nail-biting match, 3-2.
Greg Steinbrecher—The Tech
(Write-in)
President:

Ariel A. Torres ’11

Major:
CMS and 6 joint major
Living Group:
New House
Affiliation:
None
Hometown:
Chandler, AZ (Write-in)
Vice President:
Jarrett R. Remsberg ’11

Major:
10-B and 7a double major
Living Group:
Sigma Nu
Affiliation:
Sigma Nu
Hometown:
Middletown, MD
Rui Luo—The Tech
On Wednesday, Paulina A. Sliwa G, a mezzo soprano, performed her Emerson Scholar recital along with Lindy L. Blackburn G (piano) and Zi Y Ji ’10 (viola). They played pieces by Brahms, Chopin, Purcell, and Handel.
Greg Steinbrecher—The Tech
President:
Ian P. Tracy ’11

Major:
2 and 16 double major
Living Group:
Simmons Hall
Affiliation:
None
Hometown:
Fort Leavenworth, KA Vice President:
Pall M. Kommayer ’11

Major:
2 with a 24 minor
Living Group:
Sigma Chi
Affiliation:
Sigma Chi
Hometown:
Duluth, GA
Greg Steinbrecher—The Tech
President:
Vrajesh Y. Modi ’11

Major:
2 and 15 dual degree
Living Group:
East Campus
Affiliation:
None
Hometown:
Cranbury, NJ Vice President:
Samantha G. Wyman ’11

Major:
10-C and 18 double major
Living Group:
Burton Conner House
Affiliation:
Pi Beta Phi
Hometown:
Los Angeles, CA