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Christopher A. Maynor—The Tech
Ambika M. Krishnamachar ‘15 prepares to maneuver past a defendant during a game against Wellesley Tuesday night. MIT won the game 1-0 to advance to the semifinal round in the NEWMAC women’s soccer tournament.
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Thomas A. Anderson ’13, new IFC president.
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Hackers deployed a banner on Tuesday morning over Building 7 marking the end of the so-called “November rule.” The November rule discourages upperclassmen from becoming involved with freshmen beyond friendship or introducing them to certain aspects of roof and tunnel hacking before Nov. 1.
Elijah Mena—The Tech
Lawrence H. Summers ’75 (right) spoke Wednesday evening in Building E51 in a lecture sponsored by the Undergraduate Economics Association. In his talk, titled “Stimulating Growth in the Short and Long Run,” Summers spoke about the lack of demand as the key factor in the U.S. economy’s sluggishness. Summers, a former Harvard president, also talked about his experiences working for Presidents Clinton and Obama.