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Logan P. WIlliams—The Tech
Logan M. Trimble ’13 exchanges an incandescent light bulb for a new compact fluorescent from Jennifer K. Liu ’14 in Burton Conner on Monday evening. The UA Committee on Sustainability is going door-to-door in every dorm this week to offer free replacement bulbs to residents.
NEWS EDITOR
November 16, 2010
Dean for Student Life Chris Colombo met with Undergraduate Association leaders last Friday to discuss possible changes to the new dining plan this fall. UA President Vrajesh Y. Modi ’11 and Vice President Samantha G. Wyman ’11 presented a proposal in which dorms would decide their own dining plan and current upperclassman could opt out of the new dining plan.
STAFF REPORTER
November 16, 2010
The number of undergraduate early action applicants has again increased, by about 14 percent over last year. Though the admissions office does not have an exact tally yet, they predict that there will be nearly 6,500 early applications, which would be 800 more than last year’s 5,684.
November 16, 2010
A complaint against Kappa Sigma for holding noisy pledge events at Burton Conner on Oct. 10 has been investigated by the Interfraternity Council (IFC) and dismissed after following the pre-hearing procedures outlined in the IFC Judicial Bylaws, according to Ryan Schoen ’11, president of the IFC.
November 16, 2010



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