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MIT student blogger Melis A. '08

Come to AXO Lip Sync! by Melis A. '08

Come to AXO Lip Sync tonight to see some of your friends... "remember when????"

Do you want to relive your favorite pop culture moment?
Do you enjoy watching your lab partner/roommate/secret crush/pset buddy/TA reveal hidden talents?
Do you long for opportunities to support a good cause while being entertained?

If you answered yes to any or all of the questions above, buy a ticket to AXO Lip Sync!

WHEN: Saturday April 29th, 8PM (Doors open at 7:30)
WHERE: Johnson
COST: $6 in advance, $7 at door
WHY: To support the Cambridge YWCA, and because Lip Sync-ing is awesome

All proceeds from the event will be donated to the Cambridge YWCA. “The YWCA of Cambridge has grown to become the largest residential facility for women in the city. We provide temporary and permanent housing for displaced women, homeless women and children, women with HIV/AIDS, battered women, and women recovering from substance abuse. Because our goal for all these women is that they are able to live fruitful lives outside the YWCA, we encourage them to participate in job training and educational programs.”

4 responses to “Come to AXO Lip Sync!”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Hi Melis!

    I have a question about being premed at MIT. I know that med schools pay a lot of attention to GPA, and I wanted to know if they request actual grades for first semester freshman year or if they accept the pass/fail grading MIT uses?

  2. Melis says:

    The only school that I know of that asks for your 1st semester freshman GPA is Johns Hopkins, and I *think* even that’s optional. But, I wouldn’t slack too much because who knows what policy changes will happen in 4 years…

  3. Melis says:

    You saw that on MY blog??? I didn’t write it…but if I did, then I’d have to include myself in the 90%. But, there are, in fact, many people who know how to dance. We have a bunch of dance troops on campus and they’re amazing. So….we’re not that “bookwormish!”

  4. victor says:

    hi melis, i recently read something on the blog saying that an amazing 90% of the folks down at MIT don’t know how to dance. If that’s true, does that mean you guys a so bookwormish, if i may say.