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Barry Wetcher—20th Century Fox
Jane (played by Katherine Heigl) tries on her 27 bridesmaid dresses for news writer Kevin (James Marsden).
Andrea Robles—The Tech
Jen Zink is back at work on Monday, Jan. 28 after Toscanini’s was closed for several days due to nonpayment of taxes.
Andrea Robles—The Tech
Gus Rancatore, the owner of Toscanini’s, received $31,406.85 in a week’s worth of donations from fans of his ice cream. The store was closed from Jan. 17 to Jan. 24 because of a past due tax bill.
Lauren Phillips-Thoryn
Impossible is nothing when you’re surrounded by pictures of bunnies.
Omari Stephens—The Tech
Kevin Y. Wang ’08 plays with the “Conductor Hero” project at the Eta Kappa Nu Student Project Expo. The game plays a pre-recorded song, following the conductor’s direction much like an orchestra would. HKN, the honor society for Electrical Engineering and Computer Science students, held the annual Expo yesterday afternoon in the Vannevar Bush Room.
Omari Stephens—The Tech
Nathan B. Ball ’05, pole vault coach for the MIT track and field teams, competes in the BU Terrier Invitational, an open meet held at Boston University on Saturday, Jan. 26. Ball placed third in the competition after clearing 4.80 meters (15’ 9”).
Omari Stephens—The Tech
Praveen Subramani ’09 (top) and Xiao Xiao ’09 (center) explain the operation of their project, “Pittura Viva,” to Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Professor Seth Teller (not pictured) as his daughter Sophia (bottom) plays with the program’s interface. Eta Kappa Nu, the honor society for Electrical Engineering and Computer Science students, held its annual Student Project Expo yesterday afternoon in the Vannevar Bush Room.
Omari Stephens—The Tech
Joshua A. Horowitz ’10 (right) tries out “SNGH Is Not Guitar Hero.” The game, created by Rhys A. Hiltner ’09 (center) and Ruth A. Shewmon ’08 (not pictured), evaluates the user’s playing on a standard electric guitar. Shewmon compared it to the game Guitar Hero, except that “once you learn a song you can play it on any guitar.” Eta Kappa Nu, the honor society for Electrical Engineering and Computer Science students, held the annual Expo yesterday afternoon in the Vannevar Bush Room.
Omari Stephens—The Tech
Patrick R. Barragan ’08 explains the navigation methods of “Tour Bot” to an attendee of the Eta Kappa Nu Student Project Expo. The project aims to build a robot capable of providing autonomous tours of the MIT campus. HKN, the honor society for Electrical Engineering and Computer Science students, held the annual Expo yesterday afternoon in the Vannevar Bush Room.
Omari Stephens—The Tech
Stephen A. Morton ’10 (far right) runs the 200-meter dash during the BU Terrier Invitational, an open meet held at Boston University on Saturday, Jan. 26. Morton finished the race in 22.45 seconds, placing 16th of the 112 competitors in the event. Morton also placed third overall in the long jump with a distance of 22’ 3”.
Andrea Robles— The Tech
David S. Baumgartner ’08 prepares to swing during the MIT squash match against Fordham University on Jan. 26. Although Baumgartner defeated his opponent, MIT lost 7-2.
Eric D. Schmiedl—The Tech
The Boston skyline at dawn on Tuesday, Jan. 29. Ice covered the surface of the Charles River for much of January.
Eric D. Schmiedl­—The Tech
Sean C. Morton ’08 samples roast pig at East Campus’ annual Bad Ideas competition on Saturday, Jan. 26. Bad Ideas is a three-day event in which students come up with and pull off outrageous stunts.
Omari Stephens—The Tech
Jeremiah R. Cohen ’09 (left) competes in the mile run during the BU Terrier Invitational, an open meet held at Boston University on Saturday, Jan. 26. Cohen placed 25th of 97 runners with a time of 4:16.98. The fastest finisher completed the mile in 3:59.50.