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  • Adriane Chapman--The Tech
    Aaron K. Wong '98 and Stefan K. Bewley '01 lead the men's swimming team out of the Infinite Cooridor before leaving MIT for the New England Chapionships in Connecticut this weekend.

  • Gabor Csanyi--The Tech
    Desire Greene '99 plays a young Dr. Mae Jamison, dreaming about her brilliant future. The performance was directed by Thomas DeFrantz, Brenda L. Cotto-Escalera, and Ayida Mthembu and used the set of the ongoing musical Grand Hotel. The sharp, quick vignettes were designed to give the audience a view of the successes of the individuals and a broader imsight into the cultural traditions.

  • Gabor Csanyi--The Tech
    The short play "The African-American and Latino Living History Museum" was performed Wednesday in La Sala de Puerto Rico. Actors portrayed famous figures of American history while a guided tour of about thirty people gathered around each one in turn.

  • Gabor Csanyi--The Tech
    Stephanie C. Espy '01 portrays Edith Sampson, Esq., the first black female judge in the United States, in the Living Histry Museum.
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  • Rhino Man by Zachary Emig