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The Undergraduate Council sound system has been found.
Members of the Black Students association, the Chinese Students Association and the South Asian Association, which had borrowed the system for a dance, cantacted the council after seeing an article about the missing sound system in yesterday's Crimson.
Several members of the Campus Life Committee (CLC) can loan out the system, according to Samuel C. Cohen '00, CLC co-chair.
"There was just a minor miscommunication between two of the people responsible for the sound system," Cohen said.
He said that Eduardo J. Dominguez '01, the council member who had loaned the sound system out to the student groups, "knew where it was the whole time."
According to Cohen, the system is "all in one piece" and will remain in the posession of the student groups until it can be returned to the council office.
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