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Pillars illustrating the MIT community’s concerns over communication, hacking, dining, and housing appeared in Lobby 7 on Oct. 17 as part of a “tool in” organized by protesters calling themselves the “Campaign for Students.”



Class of 2011 Ring Committee Chair Mitchell T. Westwood ’11 and Vice Chair Anita Y. Lin ’11 unveil the Brass Rat bezel at the Class of 2011 Ring Premiere ceremony, held last Friday in Kresge Auditorium.



Hao Ding ‘10 reads the “List of the Offended,” a (non-exclusive) list of everyone who may get offended by the songs or skits during the concert.



Lady Gaga (Michael R. Blaisse ’10) shares the Chorallaries’ version of “One Fish, Two Fish, Next Fish, New Fish” as Hannah S. Israel ’12 holds the picture book up for the audience to see. The story mocked the sexual lives of MIT students, and included rhymes such as “But [MIT girls] spend all their time learning Einstein and Feynman, and don’t leave enough time for breaking the hymen!”



Cecilia R. Louis ’10 sings the Bad Taste rendition of “Halo” by Beyonce, this time based on the XBOX video game Halo, including lyrics such as “kick your ass in Halo.”



Sophia E. Lee ‘12 and Brian L. Ross ‘11, dressed up as a latke and a hamentash, engage in a fierce but playful battle before the start of the eighth annual Latke vs. Hamentashen debate held on Wednesday evening in 26-100.



For Halloween, hackers installed a giant black widow spider in Building 6-C on Thursday morning. Little spiders scattered along the Infinite and on the first floor of 6-C directed visitors to this spider’s hiding place.


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