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Ray C. He—The Tech
Jared C. Sadoian ’10, as a member of the “Boston Bomb Squad,” rushes fellow Chorallaries off-stage at the mention of the word “bomb” after a sketch about affirmative action’s prevalence at MIT.
Ray C. He—The Tech
Besides showing up over twenty-four hours early, some students also showed up to Bad Taste in costume.
Ray C. He—The Tech
Karena K. Tyan ’08 holds up an LSC-style cue card
Ray C. He—The Tech
The Chorallaries wait to perform as they watch Benjamin M. Schwartz ’06 read off the list of people to be offended.
ThanhLong Lam
YeeKwan Lo ’08 sings about her drunken freshman experience to the melody of Daniel Powter’s “Bad Day.”
Robert Gens
Jehan R. deFonseka ’07, David R. Harvison ’08, Michael P. Scarito ’10, Samantha M. Palazzolo ’10, Lyric P. Doshi ’08, and Esteban L. Hufstedler ’09 (left to right) camp outside 10-250 at 1:30 a.m. on the morning of Saturday, March 3 in order to get good seats for their dormitory, East Campus. They started waiting at 3 p.m. on Friday. In the background are campers from French House, already asleep.
Gheorghe Chistol—The Tech
Mathematics Professor David S. Jerison, Michael Ouellette, senior lecturer in the Music and Theater Arts Department, and Jeremy M. Wolfe, senior lecturer in the Brain and Cognitive Sciences Department, of the Hamentashen team prepare a counterargument to the Latke team during the Latke vs. Hamentashen Debate. The debate attracted a large audience that filled 10-250 on Monday night. Following the debate, participants and viewers enjoyed hundreds of hamentashen and latkes in Lobby 10.
ThanhLong Lam
Michael R. Blaisse ’10, as the “emo kid,” writes down his dark thoughts.
Ray C. He­—The TEch
Tess E. Wise ’10 (left) listens to advice about relationships with significantly older men from her guardian angel, Anna Nicole Smith (Yelena S. Bagdasarova ’10). In this series of sketches, recently departed celebrities including Smith, Saddam Hussein, James Brown, Christopher Reeves, and Steve Irwin are given a chance to escape hell by winning a series of competitions on a gameshow hosted by Richard Nixon.
ThanhLong Lam
The Chorallaries and the group’s alumni join together to sing the famous “The Engineers’ Drinking Song.”
ThanhLong Lam
The Reefer Madness cast surprised the audience in the middle of the show, singing modified excerpts from the musical.
William Yee—The Tech
Two vehicles involved in an accident in front of Simmons Hall yesterday caused damage to five other neighboring parked vehicles.