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Hot chocolate for a challenging week

Lab for Chocolate Science fights rain, finals
Junior Jayson Lynch, vice president of the MIT Laboratory for Chocolate Science, ladles up free hot cocoa in front of the student center.
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Junior Jayson Lynch, vice president of the MIT Laboratory for Chocolate Science, ladles up free hot cocoa in front of the student center.
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Photo: Tom Gearty

With the weather forecast calling for rain every day and undergraduates facing their final exams this week, one MIT student organization has the antidote for academic- or weather-induced stress: hot chocolate.

The MIT Laboratory for Chocolate Science, a student club, is setting up shop in front of the Stratton Student Center at lunchtime every day to offer free, homemade (or, rather, lab-made) hot chocolate to passersby.








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