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Kristina M. Holton—The Tech
Zachary J. Watts ’07 performs Coldplay’s “In My Place” during the Chorallaries’ 30th anniversary performance last Friday.
Aaron Sampson—The Tech
Stephen C. Toth ’09 gets a hit during the third inning of the MIT baseball game against Fitchburg State College. The Engineers ran away with a 16-2 win over the Falcons to finish out the season with an 18-16 record.
Peter H. Rigano—The Tech
Health inspectors from the Cambridge Inspectional Services Department visited Shinkansen in Lobdell after a complaint on March 21.
Kristina M. Holton—The Tech
The Chorallaries perform “The Candyman” (originally by Christina Aguilera) during their 30th anniversary concert last Friday.
Brian Hemond—The Tech
Peter Guilday of Guilday Glass looks over his display of suncatchers in Lobby 10 last Friday, May 4.
Peter H. Rigano—The Tech
Teammates Sanusi A. Dantata '07, Aaron S. Sarfati '07, and Thomas A. Hopkin '07 load the final concrete block on the bridge that they, along with two other teammates, built as their final project for Senior Civil and Environmental Design (1.013). The bridges were required to have a span of ten feet, hold 2,000 pounds, and minimize deflection under a load.
Brian Hemond—The Tech
Daphne D. Hao '07 (front, left) and Qian Qian S. Tang '10 (front, right) dance in a piece called "Strategery." MIT Dance Troupe holds its spring show through Sunday, May 13 in Kresge Little Theater.
Brian Hemond—The Tech
Thaddeus R. Cybulski '10 (left) and Bettina H. Tso '08 dance together in a piece called "A Cob Web Sky." MIT Dance Troupe holds its spring show through Sunday, May 13 in Kresge Little Theater.
Brian Hemond—The Tech
(left to right) Kapil A. Dilwali '10, Tarikh C. Campbell '09, Emanuel P. Borja '09, Kamo Jurn '10, and Neal D. Miller '10 jump and dance in "DT Bhangra." MIT Dance Troupe holds its spring show through Sunday, May 13 in Kresge Little Theater.
Brian HEmond—The Tech
Members of MIT Imobilare dance in the dark outlined in red and green neon in a piece entitled "A Troupe of Dancers." MIT Dance Troupe holds its spring show through Sunday, May 13 in Kresge Little Theater.
Brian Hemond—The Tech
Professor Harold F. Hemond PhD '77 (left, also the photographer's father) of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering receives the Bose Award for Excellence in Teaching from Professor Steven R. Lerman last Wednesday evening in 10-250 during the 2007 Awards Convocation.
Brian Hemond—The Tech
(left to right) Sebastian Castro '09, Alejandro P. Ojeda '10, and Silverio Garcia '07 toss off a drink before joining their women in a quick salsa number called "Hasta Que Se Rompa el Cuero." MIT Dance Troupe holds its spring show through Sunday, May 13 in Kresge Little Theater.
Brian Hemond—The Tech
Fernando Funakoshi '09 and Mary Hong '10 dance together in "The Name's Bond, James Bond." MIT Dance Troupe holds its spring show through Sunday, May 13 in Kresge Little Theater.
Kristina M. Holton—The Tech
Anna J. Simon '10, Ilan S. Rotmensch '09, and Elizabeth L. Labuz '09 (left to right) demonstrate their creation for Introduction to Civil and Environmental Engineering Design II (1.102). When pedaled at a moderate pace, their generator is able to produce over 14 watts, powering a radio and several light-emitting diodes.