Guide to Mutual Improvement Society, Pact of January 11, 2015 SCM0444
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Title: Mutual Improvement Society, The Pact of January 11, 2015
creator: Mutual Improvement Society
creator: Albert, Michael
creator: Brudnick, Eli
creator: Do, Long
creator: Shields, Robert
creator: Shirangi, Mehrdad
Identifier/Call Number: SCM0444
Physical Description: 0.25 Linear Feet
Date (inclusive): 2015-1-11
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The Mutual Improvement Society was an informal discussion group, comprised of undergraduate and graduate students, who discussed narrative theory among many other ideas.
Agreement signed by five Stanford students about meeting ten years hence in January 2025 to share their life experiences in the intervening ten years. Michael Albert, Eli Brudnick, Long Do, Robert Shields, and Mehrdad Shirangi. The group was curious to see if their discussions would ever go anywhere. Michael Albert suggested the pact, to see if any discussions that were held would have any influence on the group's future directions
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Mutual Improvement Society