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  • Ying Lee--The Tech
    Ole M. Nielsen '00 plays selections from the works of Bach, Berglarian, and Frank in Killian Hall Monday evening.

  • Rich Fletcher--The Tech
    Janice Chen G watches the action from a momentary position of repose in Le Pope People, a tight, fast moving number from Dance Troupe's Spring Concert Signatures. This semester's concert, featuring twenty-four separate dance numbers, will be playing in La Sala de Puerto Rice at 8 p.m. on Friday, and 4 and 8 p.m. on Saturday, and at 2 p.m. on Sunday.

  • Miodrag Cirkovic--The Tech
    Peter Ivy, a glass artist, speaks at the first Page Hazelgrove Lecture yesterday in 8-314. Ivy, currently an artist in residence, will be available for consultation in the glass blowing studio on Thursday afternoons fro the next three weeks.

  • Ajai Bharadwaj--The Tech
    Madeline G. Burke '99 tries to shut down the opposition by playingh solid defense Wednesday. MIT lost to Colby 5-20.

  • Rich Fletcher--The Tech
    Members of Dance Troupe perform Cacophony in Control, choreographed by Lajos Molnar G, in the Signatures Spring Concert playing in La Sala de Puerto Rico this weekend.
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