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David M. Templeton—THE TECH
Students (left to right) Katherine C. Rowe ’10, Katrina M. Ellison ’10, Joseph D. Roy-Mayhew ’08, and Matthew R. Zedler ’07 are all smiles after mtvU and General Electric surprised them with a $25,000 grant for winning the first-ever mtvU-GE ecomagination Challenge. Their proposal, “Biodiesel@MIT,” is an apparatus that can convert waste vegetable oil into biodiesel for the campus.
Christine Moran—The Tech
Hanna S. Kuznetsov '09 brokers a handshake between Tom Giordano (left) and Nathaniel R. Twarog '07 (right) during the Shakespeare Ensemble's production of Henry V. The Ensemble will perform March 15–17 and 22–24 at 8:00 p.m. in La Sala de Puerto Rico.
Kristina M. Holton—The Tech
Jacob G. Bernstein '07 has his blood drawn by Neeta Vora MD of Tufts-New England Medical Center on March 14. Hillel, MIT Medical, AEPhi, and the Victor Outreach and Screening Program sponsored an event to screen for nine common Jewish Genetic Diseases. More information is located at http://www.jewishgeneticscreening.org.