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Campus Dining won’t change before Fall 2011, according UA President Mike Bennie, who met with Dean Colombo last week Thursday to discuss dining issues.

Computer Engineer Barbie, decked out in pink glasses, a Bluetooth headset, and a pink laptop, will be Mattel’s next Barbie doll. For Barbie’s 125th career, Mattel asked people to vote for her next profession in an online poll. Computer engineer beat out environmentalist, architect and news anchor. The new Barbie is scheduled to ship by October.

Alexander W. Dehnert ’12 was elected to the Association of Student Activities for a 3-month term at last night’s meeting, serving as undergraduate member at large; he already serves as treasurer of the Undergraduate Association as well as the Educational Studies Program. Keone D. Hon ’11 and Nicole D. Teague ’12 were confirmed in their recess appointments, filling vacancies left by Paul Baranay ’11 and Rachel E. Meyer ’10. Hon serves as president and Teague as treasurer. Rebecca E. Krentz-Wee ’12 replaces Baranay as secretary.

MIT’s men’s volleyball team continued its winning streak by defeating Harvard 3-0 on Wednesday. (See Sports, back page.)

The Logs, Chorollaries, Imobilare and Resonance will be performing at a Haiti benefit concert organized by MIT Habitat for Humanity this Saturday at 7 p.m. in 10-250. Tickets are $5 online at http://sao.mit.edu/tickets/2010/haiti-benefit, and $7 at the door. Proceeds will go toward helping Haiti rebuild.