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Anirudh Prabhu ’15 makes an entrance, pants down and a rose in his teeth, at the Camp Kesem Date Auction last Friday evening. Men and women of the MIT community are auctioned off to buyers in the audience in the event which is organized by Sigma Alpha Epsilon, and the proceeds go to Camp Kesem, a camp for children whose parents have or have had cancer. This year, the event raised over $7,600, over $1,000 more than the amount that last year’s auction raised.
Elisabeth L. Rosen
Anirudh Prabhu ’15 makes an entrance, pants down and a rose in his teeth, at the Camp Kesem Date Auction last Friday evening. Men and women of the MIT community are auctioned off to buyers in the audience in the event which is organized by Sigma Alpha Epsilon, and the proceeds go to Camp Kesem, a camp for children whose parents have or have had cancer. This year, the event raised over $7,600, over $1,000 more than the amount that last year’s auction raised.