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Joseph Ramirez
Chicago, IL
Course 6-1 - Electrical Engineering
Coming from the nation of Chicago, Joe (understandably) spends a lot of time telling people why his city is so great. His experience in Electrical Engineering has helped him hook up an amazing stereo system in his car that you can hear coming from miles away. You can often find Ramirez working hard on his homework and other projects around the house, but he still knows when to quit and get his juke on.
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Daniel Biegler
Vancouver, Canada
Course 16 - Aero-Astro
Keen on dubbing himself the urban epicure, Daniel Biegler enjoys the finer things in life: good people, good times, and good prospects. His interests include business and finance, traveling, playing golf and basketball, weight lifting, and listening to music. He is involved with the MIT Interfraternity Council Judicial Committee, the Science and Engineering Business Club, the MIT $50K Entrepreneurship Competition, and the International Students Association.
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Alexander Burg
Dobbs Ferry, NY
Course 8 - Physics
Alex Burg was born in the Bronx and grew up in Dobbs Ferry, New York. He is a huge Yankees fan and loves to prove time and time again that the Red Sox are by their nature an inferior team. His interests vary widely, some include partying, playing baseball, wrestling, astronomy, video games and most importantly Skullhouse. By the way, in case it wasn't already mentioned, he has fiendishly good looks. So good that once you pop, you can't stop.
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Joshua Dittrich
Tilden, NE
Course 2 - Mechanical Engineering
Josh, being the biggest, strongest, and most backwoods brother of Phi Kappa Sigma, keeps the place clean of trash by acting as the house's official bouncer. When all is clear, and he isn't practicing his goat roping on another helpless brother, he's probably building a really cool racecar on the MIT Formula SAE team. Hailing from the middle of nowhere he is slowly becoming accustomed to things such as running water, indoor plumbing, let alone the many luxuries such as a wireless network that Skullhouse has to offer. When Josh is fed up with studying, or has just returned from performing poorly on a test, he likes to take his anger out on poor Bostonian drivers by rampaging through the streets with his massive one ton diesel pickup.
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Kyle Holmes
New York, NY
Course 16 - Aero-Astro
Kyle Holmes was born and raised in NYC. He lives on the Upper West Side. He is 6'6". Although he is tall, he is also very small, small but mighty. He is apathetic and ambivalent, dark and dubious, tall and timid. However, you don't want to get onto his bad side, because if you do, he'll be your waiter and serve you in the face. Though he might try and try again, he has proven his determination yet lack of skill at a game that Skullhouse likes to call Bombsketball. Don't know what it is? You'll just have to come over and find out for yourself.
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Evan Berkowitz
Bayside, NY
Course 8 - Physics
Evan is a relaxed, chilled out physics major who was born in Brigham and Women's Hospital in the heart of Boston. He spent his entire childhood growing up in NYC and excited to have returned to the calmer, quieter city. When he's not teaching scuba diving or sailing around the British Virgin Islands, he resides at Skullhouse, dedicating much time to schoolwork but also making time to have a blast.
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Nicholas Meyer
Alexandria, VA
Course 6 - EE-CS
Nick Meyer, master of the harmonica, recently devised a new form of theater combining Japanese Kabuki with Polka and Tango. This new, multicultural art form has taken off in locations as diverse as Montenegro and Ohio. Also Cuba, except for in Cuba, all the characters have to drive american cars from the 50s and in the end, the military police come in and throw everyone in jail.
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Farzad Jalali-Yazdi
Corona, CA
Course 10 - Chemical Engineering
A very strange and unique person, Farzad (ZAD) is sometimes the comic relief character at skull house. His infamous typing style, and his not yet proficiency at the english culture makes him one of the coolest kids you want to hang out with. He playes the piano, and enjoys classical music. in his free time he likes to play chess, pool and backgammon. he has recently picked up poker, and is willing to play if there is a gourp (sic).
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Bradley Cater
Tallahassee, FL
Course 18C - Mathematics with CS
A musician, a runner, an occassional charmer: Brad is all of these. His childlike awe of great runners of the past belies his ferocity in races, but it is really his sleeping habits that make him most resemble his own self during infancy. Often found in the Chapter Room making discrete math jokes, he is equally content with late-night Chinese food or a gourmet souffle.
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Patrick Moran
Miami, FL
Course 16 - Aero-Astro
Native to sunny Miami, Fl, Patrick is the kind of guy always looking for new experiences and opportunities. Just this summer, he received his pilot's liscense, flying Cessnas up the sandy coast of South Florida. Up at Skullhouse, you can be sure to catch him jamming on the guitar or piano, playing cards, or just having fun with his fellow brothers and friends around the great town of Boston. A real passionate guy with all his interests and activities, Patrick is always easy going and ready for good times, making him a great addition to the brothers of Phi Kappa Sigma.
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Zachary Nash
Chisholm, MN
Course 7 - Biology
Zach "Nashty" Nash is currently a sophomore in the field of biology. He hails from northern Minnesota where he does plenty of paintball, archery, camping, and biking. He's a huge movie buff, so he can usually be found at a theater or watching one of his 100+ movies with some friends. If you're ever feeling down, Zach can play his banjo and brighten your day.
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Vladimir Gordievsky
Westfield, MA
Course 2 - Mechanical Engineering
Born in Ukraine, Vlad now lives in Massachusetts. When he's not hitting the books, Vlad spends his time at the MIT FSAE shop, learning to build racecars, or at the gym, working out. He also participates in intramural sports such as football and ultimate frisbee and enjoys playing volleyball and soccer, going to the beach, and walking around Boston with friends.
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Jonathan Nauer
Detroit, MI
Course 14 - Economics
Jonathan Nauer is a studious student who does likes to lift weights when he's not studying or doing homework. If you want to find him, he'll most likely be the one surrounded by beautiful ladies, impressing them with his respect for females and motorcycle experience. He also enjoys rock and roll and extreme mountain climbing.
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Jayant Krishnamurthy
Saratoga, CA
Course 6-3 - Computer Science
Hailing from sunny California, Jayant is the typical laid back Californian. He's always willing to put studying (what's that anyway?) and attending class aside to play some pool, toss around a frisbee, mosey around Boston, sleep, chill with friends, or pretty much anything else. Jayant currently runs a website (www.millihelens.com), does magic tricks, and is learning to play the guitar despite his complete lack of musical talent.
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Gabriel Torres
Philadelphia, PA
Course 8 - Physics
Gabriel, known as Remy to his friends, is a tapdancer from Pennsylvania. In his spare time, he enjoys scrimshaw. His favorite quote, "Ten minutes to Wapner," is from the movie Rainman. In a pinch, Remy can make a mean grilled cheese and tuna sandwich. Look for him to be a big star on the underground break dance circuit.
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Harvey Tang
Corona, NY
Course 16 - Aero-Astro
Born and bred in the Big Apple, known to others as New York City, Harvey enjoys playing basketball and football. His favorite pastime is handball, well known in NYC but not Boston. At MIT, Harvey plans to obtain a degree in Aero-Astro, although his other interests include economics and history.


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