In an email shared with The Tech, the UA Judicial Review Board determined that the former Election Commission chair, Scott Perry ’19, acted with “gross negligence” in fulfilling the duties required of him by the Election Code.
A blood drive will be held in La Sala de Puerto Rico on the second floor of the student center today from 1–6 p.m., tomorrow from 8–1 p.m., and next Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday from 1–6 p.m. Visit the following website for more details and to make an appointment: http://web.mit.edu/blood-drive/www/.
The ad described the ideal candidate as a “21 year old Chinese MIT student, top in her class, several awards in high school and university.”
Cloudy skies today will lead to rain chances tomorrow as a low pressure system pushes east towards the region. Unlike other recent rain events, this system will prove too weak to displace the cool air over the region. As a result, no significant warm up will occur prior to its passage. Cool air became firmly entrenched in the Northeast over the last several days as a backdoor cold front slid inland from the coast. This airmass will persist for quite some time, since no significant system is poised to push it out anytime soon. Thus, highs in the 50s fahrenheit and lows in the 40s can be expected for the next several days as Spring’s gradual warming trend is slowly realized.
All candidates have put many hours of work into their platforms and campaigns, and all care deeply about serving their fellow students. However, we believe Melvin and Martin have a combination of breadth of experience and policy vision that makes them the best choice to lead the UA next year.