On Tuesday, a group of which I am a member had a large meeting in room 26-100
Also in this room, MIT Lecture Series Committee (LSC) shows movies every weekend for $3
Our group is the Association of Student Activities (ASA), and we “recognize, govern, and represent” MIT’s 375+ student groups. Here, Jen ’07 (Course 22: Nuclear Engineering) and James ’08 (Course 15: Management) organize some of the flyers we need to distribute to representatives of each of the groups
I bought some mochi. Yum.
My friend Evan ’07 (who was in my Orientation group (backwards cap)) was walking with me and said I was weird for taking a photo of Sha-har. He later found out that I actually did know her, and rescinded his statement.
Another group with which I’m involved, the Association for Women Students (AWS), had a small meeting today for some mentor/mentee pairs. From left to right, we have Yahli ’07 (Course 15: Management and Course 18: Mathematics), Ashley ’09 (considering Course 16: Aeronautics and Astronautics and Course 21M: Music & Theater Arts), Joy ’07 (Course 18-C: Mathematics with Computer Science), me, our advisor Jane, Ji ’09 (considering Course 7: Biology), and Aisha ’09 (considering Course 10: Chemical Engineering)
We enjoyed the warm weather and got ice cream at Toscanini’s.