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  • Miodrag Circovic--The Tech
    Peter Ivy demonstrated glass blowing techniques yesterday as a part of a series of consultations held every Thrusday this month in the glass blowing studio.

  • Amy Yen--The Tech
    Jeremy Nimmer '00 performs the solo in "Concerto for Timpani" by Michael Colgrass on Wednesday evening in Kresge Auditorium.

  • Angela Mislowsky '99 lines up a shot in her 5-7, 7-5, 7-5 victory in Wednesday's match against Brandeis University. MIT lost 2-7.

  • Ajai Bharadwaj--The Tech
    Marilyn Vogel '98 juggles the ball in Tuesday's lacrosse game against Wheaton College. The 18-10 win was MIT's first victory in its conference this year.

  • Wan Yusof Wan Morshidi--The Tech
    Thomas A. Lada '01 chips away at his sculpture, "Key of Ice," as a part of last weekend's Battle of the Classes.

  • Gabor Csanyi--The Tech
    Artist in Residence Tina Packer and Johnny Lee Davenport perform the second part of the trilogy Women of Will, a study of Shakespear's female characters. The performance was hosted by the Office of the Arts on Wednesday.

  • Miodrag Circovic--The Tech
    Baldemar Mejia '98 pitches against the Savannah College of Art and Design yesterday. MIT lost 8-2.
  • Photo Essay: The Mystery of Edwin Drood

    Photos by Greg Kuhnen

  • The Reverend Crisparkle (Randy D. Weinstein G) reassures Helena Landless that everything will work out.

  • John Rasper (Ryan J. Kershner '98) dreams opium induced dreams in the Princess Puffer's (Katherine A. Getzewich) den.

  • Helena Landless (anna M. Galea G) consoles Rosa Bud (Anna K. Benefiel '00) after an encounter with the choir director.

  • The cast of the show votes on killing off a character; most of the decisions in the play are made by the audience.

  • Neville Landless (Seth M. Bisen-Hirsh '01) and Edwin Drood (Veronica C. Page) bring their argument to the brink of violence.
  • Comics

  • Off Course by Hugo Ayala

  • Rhino Man by Zachary Emig

  • Noun Poetry by Katy-Cat

  • Dammed for Life by Jessica

  • Perhaps... by Jennifer DiMase

  • Bartholomew Squeak by Solar Olugebefola