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Maseeh to hold in-house lottery mixer

Tired of the same old floor and wing rush in every other dormitory? How about a mixer instead? After much debate over how the Maseeh Hall in-house readjustment lottery will work, a deal was reached between the Maseeh housing advisors and the house government. On Aug. 30, the house government will hold a mixer for all those who have entered the lottery. Immediately after the mixer, attendees must fill out a form indicating with whom and where they would like to live. On the next day, the new roommates move in.

As early as Aug. 25, residents can indicate their intent to enter the lottery. Confirmation of this choice must be sent to the Maseeh house president, Virginia L. Nicholson ’12, by Aug. 29.

Those who are satisfied with their rooms and roommates have squatters rights, are not required to give up their spots, and may not attend the mixer.

Ian M. Gorodisher