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Emily Kellison-Linn—The Tech
Candidates for the Undergraduate Association Presidential/Vice Presidential positions Thursday evening on the first floor of the student center in the official debate, co-hosted by the UA and The Tech. Sidhanth P. Rao ’14/Devin T. Cornish ’14, left, are running against Cory D. Hernandez ’14/John Kongoletos ’14, right.
STAFF REPORTER
March 15, 2013
Yesterday evening, 898 high school seniors found extra reason to celebrate, besides the inherent mathiness of the date. As per tradition, MIT released admissions decisions for the fall’s incoming freshman class on Pi Day at precisely 6:28 p.m., or “tau o’clock,” in honor of pi’s bigger cousin constant.
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March 15, 2013
Around noon yesterday, state police troopers and the state police marine unit responded to the report of a dead body under the Harvard Bridge near Memorial Drive. According to the Massachusetts State Police (MSP) Twitter feed, the body was recovered and under investigation by the Middlesex County detective unit as of 2:43 p.m.
STAFF REPORTER
March 15, 2013
The two tickets running for UA President and Vice President faced off last night in a debate in the student center, co-hosted by the UA and The Tech. Running for President and Vice President, respectively, is the team of Cory Hernandez ’14 and John Kongoletos ’14, and the team of Sidhanth Rao ’14 and Devin Cornish ’14.
STAFF REPORTER
March 15, 2013
Today is MacVicar Day, a celebration of MIT’s dedication to enriching undergraduate education. As part of the celebration, this year’s MacVicar Fellows are being honored at this afternoon’s symposium.



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