7×7 photos: pancakes

Shoutouts to the always wonderful Albert Gnadt for not only gracing Edgerton with his wonderful homemade banana and chocolate pancakes, but also keeping the gym in great condition for the past year. He did what any resident of Edgerton House is welcome to do. He submitted a proposal for 7-by-7 funding here.

7×7 photos: parties and aquarium trips

Shout outs to the several groups of residents that used the 7-by-7 funding before the end of 2018! Great celebrations, parties, and aquarium trips happened. Special congratulations to Jerry Wang on his PhD Defense!
As always, any resident of Edgerton House is welcome to submit a proposal for 7-by-7 funding here and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can. Feel free to email jerryng@mit.edu or pjadrian@mit.edu for more information!

Free CPR training and dinner

Project HeartSafe at MIT, a sub-group of MIT Emergency Medical Services dedicated to promoting CPR training campus-wide to reduce the incidence of preventable death due to cardiac arrest, held a CPR training event in Edgerton House on Monday November 20th. They covered when to give CPR, how to give high quality CPR, how to use an AED (Automated External Defibrillator), and how to recognize the signs of a stroke. The students greatly enjoyed the free dinner and the possibly life saving information. For more information contact them at heartsafe@ems.mit.edu. A special thanks to Adedoyin Olateru-Olagbegi and Anjali Misra the MIT EMS HeartSafe Co-Officers and local Edgerton resident and EMT Lawrence Wong.