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Early Wednesday morning, hackers installed seven notes on the great dome’s temporary scaffolding, commenting on its close resemblance to a musical score. The notes were the first seven of Rick Astley’s “Never Gonna Give You Up.”



Mission of Burma bassist Clint Conley performs at a concert in the East Campus courtyard on Sunday afternoon.



MIT Students for Israel (MITSI) hosted Danielle Blumenstyk and Noa Ouziel on Oct. 7 for an educational discussion on the experience of women in the Israeli Defense Forces. Blumenstyk and Ouziel are representatives of the StandWithUs organization, a pro-Israel group that aims to educate the world about Israel and related issues.



(Write-in)
President:

Ariel A. Torres ’11

Major:
CMS and 6 joint major
Living Group:
New House
Affiliation:
None
Hometown:
Chandler, AZ (Write-in)
Vice President:
Jarrett R. Remsberg ’11

Major:
10-B and 7a double major
Living Group:
Sigma Nu
Affiliation:
Sigma Nu
Hometown:
Middletown, MD



President:
Ian P. Tracy ’11

Major:
2 and 16 double major
Living Group:
Simmons Hall
Affiliation:
None
Hometown:
Fort Leavenworth, KA Vice President:
Pall M. Kommayer ’11

Major:
2 with a 24 minor
Living Group:
Sigma Chi
Affiliation:
Sigma Chi
Hometown:
Duluth, GA



President:
Vrajesh Y. Modi ’11

Major:
2 and 15 dual degree
Living Group:
East Campus
Affiliation:
None
Hometown:
Cranbury, NJ Vice President:
Samantha G. Wyman ’11

Major:
10-C and 18 double major
Living Group:
Burton Conner House
Affiliation:
Pi Beta Phi
Hometown:
Los Angeles, CA



(Top row, L to R) Ariel A. Torres ’11, Vrajesh Y. Modi ‘11, and Ian P. Tracy ’11 will be running for the position of Undergraduate Association President. Their running mates are (bottom row, L to R): Jarrett R. Remsberg ’11, Samantha G. Wyman ’11, and Pall M. Kornmayer ’11, respectively.



(left to right) Marie C. Mcgraw ’12, Emma C. Jeffries ’11, and Catey L. Harwell ’11 of the women’s lightweight crew team race early Sunday morning against Stanford. The Engineers lost both varsity races to the No. 2 ranked Cardinal.



Early Wednesday morning, hackers installed a bottle of “MIT Edition” Axe body spray on the ledge of Building 10. The hack was apparently a comment on the recently passed Undergraduate Associate Senate bill to provide deodorant to students the reading room during finals week.



N.E.R.D frontman Pharrell Williams spits rhymes at the Spring Weekend concert. In between songs, Williams engaged the crowd by telling them that they are going to change the future and by emphasizing that brains, not looks, are what really matter. He primarily directed his comments to the women of the crowd, complimenting them repeatedly.


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