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Christina Kang—The Tech
Dirty water drips from the pipelines of the camps outside Delhi, India.
Christina Kang—The Tech
Neglected government dumpsters overflow onto the streets in camps outside Delhi, India.
Christina Kang—The Tech
A woman sits in front of her home, a tarp on the side of the road outside the camps of Delhi, India.
Ray C. He—The Tech
Ralph Rackstraw (played by John Deschene), Josephine (Kathryn McKellar), and Little Buttercup (Adrianne Blanks) sneak around the Pinafore and make plans for Josephine to run away with Ralph the following day. The MIT Gilbert and Sullivan Players present “H.M.S. Pinafore” Nov. 15–17 in La Sala de Puerto Rico.
Ray C. He—The Tech
Cousin Hebe (played by Adrianna L. Tam ’11) introduces a bottle to Dick Deadeye’s (Adrian Packel’s) head in order to prevent Deadeye from interfering in the forbidden love between Josephine and Ralph. The MIT Gilbert and Sullivan Players present “H.M.S. Pinafore” Nov. 15–17 in La Sala de Puerto Rico.
Ramya Sankar—The Tech
Rabeel H. Warraich ’08 speaks at the Nov. 10 protest at Boston Common held in opposition to the recent emergency law imposed in Pakistan by President Pervez Musharraf. Warraich was among many local students present at the demonstration.
Ray C. He—The Tech
Cousin Hebe (played by Adrianna L. Tam ’11) seizes the opportunity and Sir Joseph Porter KCB (Mike Bromberg ’70, also a former Tech production staff member) after Sir Joseph’s marriage plans fail. The MIT Gilbert and Sullivan Players present “H.M.S. Pinafore” Nov. 15–17 in La Sala de Puerto Rico.
Eric D. Schmiedl—The Tech
Roli Mandhana ’10 (left) and Sarika Chandiramani ’10 examine the handbags and other accessories up for silent auction at Kappa Alpha Theta’s KATwalk charity fashion show Sunday in Walker Memorial.
Ray C. He—The Tech
Little Buttercup (played by Adrianne Blanks) introduces herself to Pinafore’s sailors, played by (left to right) Chris Kreis, Daniel Saloman, Christopher L. Follett G, and Armen P. Babikyan G. The MIT Gilbert and Sullivan Players present “H.M.S. Pinafore” Nov. 15–17 in La Sala de Puerto Rico.