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Down with Science
Krzysztof Gajos -- The Tech|
The Association of Taiwanese Students sponsored a dinner to celebrate Chinese New Year Saturday at Edgerton House. Following the feast, students relaxed and played Mah-jong, a traditional Chinese game.
Karlene Rosera -- The Tech|
Nikos Michalakis '01 spikes the ball against opponents from Hunter College. MIT won Saturday 3-0.
Karen Robinson -- The Tech|
Ela Ben-Ur G mills a mount for one of the robot's motors.
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Northeastern University figure skater Emily Archibald, spins elegantly in the Intermediate Freestyle A category during the MIT Intercollegiate Championships Saturday in Johnson Athletic Center.
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Forward Cristina Estrada '01 quickly passes the ball during MIT's game against Worcester Polytechnic Institute. The Engineers triumphed 72-54.