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  • Off Course - By Hugo

  • Gabor Csanyi -- The Tech
    Lynn Kremer's masked dance leads up to the Gamelan Galak Tika's first ever performance of "Kecak", a Balinese monkey chant, on Sunday in the Kresge Auditorium.

  • Dabriele Migliorini -- The Tech
    Prof. Gian-Carlo Rota, recipient of the 25th Killian Award, gives his award lecture in Room 10-250 on Wednesday. Rota's talk, entitles "Mathematical Snapshots," was divided into three parts: "The Dark Side of Math," "The Present State of Math," and "The Light Side of Math." It included philosophical musings and a can of Coke, characteristic of all Rota lectures.

  • Jiri Schindler -- The Tech
    Grace Chung sings to a full house in the first of the March Coffeehouse Series of Wednesday night jazz performances. The next performance of the series will be next Wednesday at 9 p.m.

  • Dammed for Life - By Jessica