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Gareth Jones of the University of Bristol uses hand puppets to explain how bats perform oral sex on each other, before being censored by the “V-chip” at the Ig Nobel Awards Ceremony on Thursday. Jones won the Ig Nobel Prize in Biology for documenting fellatio in fruit bats. The 2010 Ig Nobel Lectures will take place in 10-250 on Saturday.
STAFF REPORTER
October 1, 2010
Several details have surfaced regarding the Phi Beta Epsilon (PBE) suspension. PBE alumni continue to send letters to The Tech, Dean of Student Life Chris Colombo, and President Susan Hockfield. IFC president, Ryan Schoen ’11 said that the PBE hazing took place between last fall’s pledging, through and including initiation (January 2010).
October 1, 2010
Beta Theta Pi (Beta) is under social probation until fall of 2014, the result of an alcohol-related rush violation this year, according to IFC President Ryan Schoen ’11. They will not be permitted to hold social events (parties) outside of Rush for the next four years.
October 1, 2010
Have you ever wondered if bats fellate each other?
October 1, 2010
“The new HASS system is very flexible. It’s not a pain in the ‘HASS,’” said Rui Hu ’12.




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