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Ed Gold, co-chairperson of the SPEC concerts committee, said that his committee will combine its efforts with Fling organizers. "Normally they usually work exclusively of each other," said Gold, a Wharton sophomore. "What has happened this year is that [the committees] thought it would be good idea if the two committees worked together." Gold said that both "human and financial" resources would be shared and that the groups would work together to secure acts for Fling. "We feel as though now with Fling being a part of SPEC, it is a new option open to us," said Fling co-director Denise Rubin, a College senior. "We can maybe explore some new options that we wouldn't be able to do individually." Gold also said that the SPEC concert committee would be holding its weekly meeting tomorrow at 5 p.m. at the SPEC offices in Houston Hall room 126. All interested students are welcome to attend, he said. -- Drew Zoller

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