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The MIT Logarhythms practice for their Valentine’s Day serenades in 4-152 on Tuesday. Both the Logs and the Muses will be singing a mix of classic and modern love songs all around campus today.
NEWS EDITOR
February 12, 2010
Though about half of undergraduates are women, among graduate students, women are outnumbered by men two-to-one. For these women, the campus can be an isolating place.
STAFF REPORTER
February 12, 2010
So you’re sitting in 18.02 lecture in your classy “I Heart Bio” t-shirt, nodding off as you peruse the latest edition of The Tech. Suddenly, a horde of teenage males wearing a riot of colorful shirts and ties burst into your classroom.
STAFF REPORTER
February 12, 2010
In response to the Jan. 12 earthquake, MIT has offered classes focusing on Haiti and how students can help. The Martin Luther King Jr. Design Seminar (17.920) over IAP created a Lobby 10 display and this spring, Special Topic: New Media Projects For Haiti (MAS.963) will study some of the issues Haiti is now facing.
STAFF REPORTER
February 12, 2010
Hip-hop prevailed over nineties soft-rock in this year’s annual MIT Spring Weekend concert. The American funk-rock/hip-hop group N.E.R.D­ — known for edgy tracks like “Sooner or Later” and “Everyone Nose”­ — will headline the concert. Electronic mash-up group Super Mash Bros. playing the opening act. The concert will occur on April 23 at 8 p.m. Tickets will be available starting March 1.



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