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Miss Faith (Gireeja V. Ranade ’07) extracts Aretha’s teeth and eventually Aretha from public record.
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Thomas S. Pollom ’09 leaps for a block against Mount Ida College in the MIT Invitational on Saturday, Feb. 10. MIT defeated Emmanuel College to win first place in the tournament.
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Asha D. Martin ’10 performs as Verona, a euthanasia specialist trying to rid her home of roaches.
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Ari D. Shapiro G and Erika L. Bakse ’09, as Anglor and Blanca Saxon.
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Former Pakistani ambassador Husain Haqqani addresses delegates at the opening of the Boston Invitational Model United Nations (BosMUN) conference this past Friday. In its sixth year, the conference drew one thousand high school delegates from around the world who gathered on MIT’s campus this past weekend to discuss solutions to the problems facing the world. BosMUN is a joint venture between the Model United Nations Clubs of MIT and Boston University.
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Mark J. Avara ’07 performs as Dr. Lutzky, a roach exterminator with a PhD.
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Evan C. Iwerks ’10 (center) teaches Burton-Conner Housemaster Merritt R. Smith and President Susan Hockfield how to play tennis with the Nintendo Wii. Hockfield toured Burton-Conner as part of her continuing effort to learn more about the MIT community.
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Daniel E. Bickerstaff ’10, as Charles, warns that chaos will ensue if Miss Faith yanks out all of Aretha‘s teeth.
William B. Yee—The Tech
Clinton L. Scroggins ’10, as Kin-Seer, waves farewell to his ancestors as he is brought to America through the Middle Passage with fellow Seers, Kristen M. Rose ’10 (center) and Jamira V. Cotton ’08 (right).