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William Yee—The Tech
Jean “Liz” E. Theurer ’10 and Amanda Young of Worcester Polytechnic Institute vie for control of the ball in a women’s soccer game Saturday. The game was a 6-0 shutout victory for the MIT Engineers.
Christina Kang—The Tech
Although other children around him are full of excitement, one child has heavy eyes as his mother tries to console his pain.
Alex H. Chan—The Tech
The new Ashdown House, NW35, is scheduled for completion in August 2008. Plans for the old Ashdown, W1, are still not finalized.
Christina Kang—The Tech
A child runs naked through the waste-filled paths of a camp outside of Delhi, India.
Omari Stephens—The Tech
Aseem Kishore ’08 wails during a trombone solo in “Tall Cotton,” also by Nestico.
Omari Stephens—The Tech
Frederick E. Harris Jr. spiritedly conducts the Wind Ensemble through “Armenian Dances.”
Andrea Robles—The Tech
Sheila Gill, mother of Amreeta K. Gill ’09, speaks with MIT President Susan Hockfield after the President’s Welcome on Saturday.
Omari Stephens—The Tech
Roshini S. Zachariah ’09 (left) and Kaitlyn P. Becker ’09 (right) play flute during “Armenian Dances (Part 1),” by Alfred Reed.
Diana Ye­—The Tech
Chelsea L. Ostrander ’10 of the Muses serenades the crowd with “It Ends Tonight,” originally by the All-American Rejects, at the Greater Boston Invitational Songfest on Saturday. GBIS is an annual concert held during Parent’s Weekend that showcases all of MIT’s a cappella groups.
Omari Stephens—The Tech
Jason P. Rich G (left) and Sinan Keten G (right) play opposite Collin E. Johnson G’s baritone saxophone during a sax solo in “Pressure Cooker,” a song by Sammy Nestico.
Omari Stephens—The Tech
Matthew J. Rosario ’10 plays the piano during “Dukãbãd,” the second song in a medley in memory of Pomeroy.
Omari Stephens—The Tech
Mauro C. Braunstein G (right) and Lisa M. Danz ’10 (left) play bass clarinet and bassoon, respectively, in “Alleluia,” a song played in memory of Herb Pomeroy.
Diana Ye—The Tech
The Logarhythms amuse hundreds at the Greater Boston Invitational Songfest in Kresge last Saturday. GBIS is an annual concert held during Parent’s Weekend that showcases all of MIT’s a cappella groups.
Diana Ye—The Tech
Ted A. Fernandez ’09 of Resonance belts out “Feeling Good,” originally by Nina Simone at the Greater Boston Invitational Songfest on Saturday. GBIS is an annual concert held during Parent’s Weekend that showcases all of MIT’s a cappella groups.
Diana Ye—The Tech
The MIT/Wellesley Toons open for the annual Family Weekend Greater Boston Invitational Songfest with “Put Your Records On,” originally by Corinne Bailey Rae. GBIS was held this past Saturday in Kresge Auditorium and showcases all of MIT’s a cappella groups.
Diana Ye—The Tech
Techiya, MIT’s Jewish a cappella group, sings “Sisu et Yerushalayim” at the Greater Boston Invitational Songfest on Saturday. GBIS is an annual concert held during Parent’s Weekend that showcases all of MIT’s a cappella groups.