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David Templeton—The Tech
The candidates for UA president and vice president: (left to right, with the presidential candidate on top) Lauren E. Oldja ’08 and Steven M. Kelch ’08, Manisha Manmohan ’08 and Fernando Funakoshi ’09, Martin F. Holmes ’08 and Ali S. Wyne ’08.
David Templeton—The Tech
Thomas H. Dohlman ’07 makes a backhand-slice during his singles match on Sunday, March 11. The Engineers took on Colby College at the Carr Indoor Tennis Facility.
Carol Rosegg
Freddy Benson (D.B. Bonds) is tempted and impressed by some “Real Big Stuff.”
Carol Rosegg
Freddy Benson (D.B. Bonds) and Lawrence Jameson (Tom Hewitt) toast their dirty rotten selves.
Omari Stephens—The Tech
Daniel R. Hochbaum '09 plays a soprano saxophone solo during "Rockin' in Rhythm" by Duke Ellington. The MIT Festival Jazz Ensemble played a concert entitled "The Music of Magali Souriau" on March 9 in Kresge Auditorium.
Omari Stephens—The Tech
Anna F. Ward (left), an administrative assistant for the Department of Mathematics, walks through the still-wet hallway between MIT Buildings 2 and 4 last Friday afternoon. Facilities Mechanic Mark R. Cataldo attributed the small flood to a ruptured fan coil (which carries hot or cold water for heating and cooling) in Room 2-115.
Omari Stephens—The Tech
Magali Souriau discusses her composition "Lady with the Hat" before the ensemble premieres it. The MIT Festival Jazz Ensemble played a concert entitled "The Music of Magali Souriau" on March 9 in Kresge Auditorium.
Omari Stephens—The Tech
Christopher N. Kottke G plays a flugelhorn as Souriau sings in "Herb de Provence." The MIT Festival Jazz Ensemble played a concert entitled "The Music of Magali Souriau" on March 9 in Kresge Auditorium.
Omari Stephens—The Tech
Shanker Raman '09 (left), Matthew J. Abrahamson G, and Collin E. Johnson '07 play the tenor saxophone, bass trombone, and baritone saxophone, respectively. The MIT Festival Jazz Ensemble played a concert entitled "The Music of Magali Souriau" on March 9 in Kresge Auditorium.
Omari Stephens—The Tech
Daniel E. Bickerstaff '09 plays guitar during "Herb de Provence," named for and dedicated to the Festival Jazz Ensemble's founder, Herb Pomeroy. The MIT Festival Jazz Ensemble played a concert entitled "The Music of Magali Souriau" on March 9 in Kresge Auditorium.
Omari Stephens—The Tech
Pianist Matthew J. Rosario '10 plays during "Ali Baba," also by Souriau. The MIT Festival Jazz Ensemble played a concert entitled "The Music of Magali Souriau" on March 9 in Kresge Auditorium.