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Fred Gay—The Tech
Katelyn E. Giovannucci '07 acts out how difficult it can be to look at one's vagina during MIT's production of "The Vagina Monologues" on Thursday night, presented by Stop Our Silence.
David Da He—The Tech
Scarlett Johansson responds to reporters' questions at a press conference after Hasty Pudding Theatricals' Pudding Pot award ceremony, .
Fred Gay—The Tech
Katelyn E. Giovannucci '07 and An T. Vu '09 get cozy during MIT's production of "The Vagina Monologues" on Thursday night.
David Da He—The Tech
The 2007 winner of The Hasty Pudding Theatricals' "Woman of the Year" Award, Scarlett Johansson, is accompanied by Justin Rodriguez (left), vice president of the cast, and the President of the Theatricals Joshua Brener (right) — both dressed in drag.
Eric D. Schmiedl—The Tech
Matthew Faulkner '08 sorts through $400 worth of high end chocolate at the Lab for Chocolate Science's Valentine's Chocolate Tasting on Saturday, Feb. 17.
Dmitry Kashlev—The Tech
MIT men's varsity swim team displays their high adrenaline levels outside the Student Center during their annual Speedo Run down the Infinite Corridor. They will face their toughest rivals at the New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference championship at Wheaton College this weekend.
Kristina M. Holton
Racquel Armstong of Wellesley College performs "Untitled" during Pulse: Shades of Black last Sunday, Feb. 18. Pulse is a show that "aims to break down stereoypes and promote more interaction with the MIT community through a collaborative effort for Black History Month," according to the show's Web site.
Aaron Sampson—The Tech
Andrew Yoon '10 prepares to return the ball during the MIT squash team's scrimmage against Tufts University on Monday, Feb. 19.