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Andrea Robles—The Tech
Prospective freshmen play a twisted version of Twister during the CPW Festival held in Johnson on Thursday. Participants in the East Campus-sponsored event wore T-shirts with twister dots on them, adding a human dimension to the Twister mat.
ASSOCIATE NEWS EDITOR
April 9, 2010
As the Division of Student Life prepares to eliminate the house dining system’s $600,000 annual deficit, some undergraduates worry that the newest dining committee will neglect students’ opinions.
April 9, 2010
The Cambridge City Council unanimously passed two labor-related resolutions on Monday. The first requests that Harvard and MIT cease further layoffs as well as hour, salary, and pay cuts. The second requests that the Cambridge License Commission consider a regulation preventing Cambridge hotels from subcontracting housekeeping services.
April 9, 2010
Bail was set at $2,500 on Wednesday for Jason Reed, the homeless man arrested on campus last Tuesday and charged with rape. As of yesterday evening, he had not posted bail and was still in custody.
NEWS EDITOR
April 9, 2010
Professor Ernest G. Cravalho, representing 2.006 (Thermal-Fluids Enginering II) has collected $1111.96, putting him in the lead of service fraternity Alpha Phi Omega’s annual Institute Big Screw contest, which is in its final day today.