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  • Timothy Dunn--Technique
    Fatuma Roba raced to victory in the women's section of the marathon with a time of 2:23:20.

  • Gabor Csanyi--The Tech
    ILLUSION: A play about love and magic, the Dramashop spring production opened yesterday in LIttle Kresge Theater. Here, Caliso (Fraz Elizondo-Schmelkes G) and Mellibea (Stacy Pruitt '99) are brought to life by a sorcerer.

  • Agnes Borszeki--The Tech
    Members of MIT Hillel mark Yom Hashoah, the International day for the commemoration of the Holocaust, by reading names of Holocaust victims in Lobby 7 yesterday. A huge pile of shoes represents the victims of the Holocaust.
  • Photo Essay: Pirates of Penzance

    Photos by Gabor Csanyi and Dennis Yancey

  • The Pirates, and their apprentice, Frederic (Michael Goodwin)

  • Frederic, and his bride Mabel (Mavie Marcos)

  • The Pirate King (Chris Montgomery) and Frederic

  • Major-General Stanley (Andrew B. Sweet) and his daughters

  • The Pirate King and the General
  • Photo Essay: Illusion

    Photos by Gabor Csanyi

  • Ridiculed Love (Stacey Pruitt, Rob Marcato)

  • Rejected Love (Ricky Thompkins)

  • True Love (Franz Elizando-Schmelkes)

  • Intrigue (The Maid: Rachael Butcher)

  • Loss (The Father: Jeremy Butler, The Sorcerer: Eddie Kohler)

  • Chivalry (Ricky Thompkins, Franz Elizondo-Schmelkes)

  • Loveless (The Father: Michael Oullette)

  • Prison (Franz Elizondo-Schmelkes)
  • Comics

  • Bartholomew Squeak by Solar Olugebefola

  • Dammed for Life by Jessica

  • Perhaps by Jennifer DiMase

  • Rhino Man by Zachary Emig

  • Off Course by Hugo Ayala