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The hungry hungry plant: Three doo-wop girls (left to right: Emily A. Moberg ‘11, MartaLynne D. Milan ‘10, and Priscilla W. Army ‘10) sing “Ya Never Know” while Seymour (Jonathan A. Gray ’10) cradles his bloodthirsty plant in MTG’s production of Little Shop of Horrors. The show will also run on Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m. in La Sala de Puerto Rico. See the review, p. 6.
STAFF REPORTER
February 5, 2010
After the most powerful earthquake to hit Haiti in a century, more MIT students have raised their voices in response to the catastrophe and have held events to help with the Haiti earthquake relief. From video game marathons to prayers to collages, students have found new ways to engage the community in furthering efforts to help earthquake victims.
THE NEW YORK TIMES
February 5, 2010
Aafia Siddiqui ’95 was convicted on Wednesday of trying to kill American military officers while she was in custody in Afghanistan, capping a trial that drew notice for its terrorist implications as well as its theatrics.
February 5, 2010
Further developments on changes to the Humanities Arts and Social Sciences requirement have been released.
February 5, 2010
Paul Baranay ’11, speaker of the Undergraduate Association Senate, has resigned his position as Speaker. Baranay announced his intention to resign at the Dec. 7 senate meeting, with the intention to take a medical leave from MIT, he said.



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