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Ricardo Ramirez—The Tech
MIT sued architect Frank O. Gehry and Skanska USA Building Inc. on Oct. 31 for “design and construction failures” in the Ray and Maria Stata Center (pictured).
Perry Hung—The Tech
Raffaela L. Wakeman ’08 unveils the goal for the Class of 2008 Senior Gift and the senior class project, a student externship assistance fund, at last night’s Senior Gift kickoff celebration in the Vannevar Bush Room.
Alan Markfield—New Line Cinema
Bobby Coleman (left) stars as Dennis and John Cusack (right) stars as David in “Martian Child.”
Jeffrey Dunn—Boston Lyric Opera
Soprano Alyson Cambridge plays Mimì in “La bohème,” which is running in Citi Performing Arts Center’s Shubert Theatre in Boston Nov. 2–13.
Joan Marcus—Disney
Science class from Disney’s “High School Musical” national tour.
Andrea Robles—The Tech
Jesse (played by Gabrielle Ab of Wellesley College) tries to figure out what happened to her on one fateful night. “Square One,” written by Justine M. Spingler and directed by Usman O. Akeju ’08, is a collection of three monologues that recount the story of that night. MIT Dramashop presents four One Acts Nov. 8–10 at 8 p.m. in Kresge Little Theatre.
Andrea Robles—The Tech
Caffeine, Alcohol, Marijuana, and Nicotine (clockwise from ground) ponder a lime-green toxic-looking liquid. “Vice Play,” written by Sally E. Peach ’09 and directed by Danbee Kim ’09 (also a Tech cartoonist), stars Nicolina A. Akraboff ’08, Alaina Hourigan, Monica F. Kahn ’10, and Sean P. Faulk ’11, respectively, as they attempt to get a deeper understanding of their individual worlds. MIT Dramashop presents four One Acts Nov. 8–10 at 8 p.m. in Kresge Little Theatre.
Andrea Robles—The Tech
Cory (played by Rachel Nagin of Wellesley College) defends his innocence to the police. “Square One,” written by Justine M. Spingler and directed by Usman O. Akeju ’08, is a collection of three monologues that recount the story of one fateful night. MIT Dramashop presents four One Acts Nov. 8–10 at 8 p.m. in Kresge Little Theatre.
Brian Hemond—The Tech
A road crew lays down new asphalt over the crosswalk in front of 77 Massachusetts Ave. late Thursday night, the second of three nights scheduled for the road’s maintenance.
Andrea Robles—The Tech
Frank (played by Paul D. Welle ’11, left) and Poole (Jiho Lee ’08) plan the firing of a rocket in “Incendiary Evidence.” The play, written by Rony D. Kubat G and directed by Emilie Slaby, is about firing rockets and other incendiary devices. MIT Dramashop presents four One Acts Nov. 8–10 at 8 p.m. in Kresge Little Theatre.
David M. Templeton—The Tech
MIT defender Nicholas J. Maietta ’07 lunges forward to stop the puck during the second period of the Engineer’s 3-2 win against the Daniel Webster University Eagles on Wednesday evening in Johnson Ice Rink.
Omari Stephens—The Tech
U.S. Air Force Cadet Nathan Elowe (Tufts University) slowly marches across the MIT Student Center steps during a remembrance ceremony held Tuesday afternoon. The Air Force, Army, and Navy Reserve Officers’ Training Corps programs held the ceremony to remember prisoners of war and soldiers missing in action.
David M. Templeton—The Tech
Spectators watch as MIT’s offence charges during the Engineer’s 3-2 win against the Daniel Webster University Eagles on Wednesday evening in Johnson Ice Rink.
Andrea Robles—The Tech
Cinderella (played by Yekaterina Radul ’11, left) and Rapunzel (Erika L. Bakse ’09) discuss Cinderella’s true feelings and her take on life. “Happily Ever After,” written by Shelly Manber ’08 and directed by Yuri A. Podpaly G, shows a different side to familiar fairy tales. MIT Dramashop presents four One Acts Nov. 8–10 at 8 p.m. in Kresge Little Theatre.
Brian Hemond—The Tech
A Fulvous Owl, Strix fulvescens, roosts in a tree outside the fourth story of Building 5 along Massachusetts Ave. Tuesday afternoon.