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Minmin Yen ’11 dodges a roll of toilet paper as she sings a modified version of “Zombie” by The Cranberries during the Chorallaries’ nth Annual Concert in Bad Taste in 26-100 on Saturday. Throwing toilet paper and paper airplanes before and during the concert is a Bad Taste tradition.
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Vice Chancellor and Dean for Graduate Education Steven R. Lerman ’72 will leave at the end of this academic year for George Washington University, where he will be Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs.
STAFF REPORTER
March 2, 2010
Only one pair of candidates has officially registered to run for Undergraduate Association President and Vice President this spring. In response, the UA has extended its late petition deadline for the presidential/vice presidential race to Thursday, March 4.
STAFF REPORTER
March 2, 2010
Three members of MIT’s chapter of Tau Epsilon Phi (tEp) have been named defendants in a lawsuit by volunteers for the Charles River Clean Up Boat regarding a sodium explosion in September 2007.
NEWS EDITOR
March 2, 2010
The software architecture behind Stellar, MIT’s course management system, is likely to change within the next year, while user interface will mostly stay the same. Pilot changes to the system may be implemented over the summer, said Eric Klopfer, Chair of the Faculty Advisory Committee on Learning Management Systems, which is tasked with developing the next version of Stellar, called Stellar Next Generation.
March 2, 2010




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