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Diana Jue—the Tech
Shanghai’s riverside, historical Bund area is lit up from new development.
Diana Jue­­—the TECH
Graffiti in Buenos Aires reads “Human rights were only violated in the past?”
Perry Hung—The Tech
Senator Kennedy, Governor Patrick, and Senator Kerry look on as Senator Barack H. Obama addresses the crowd.
Perry Hung—The Tech
Massachusetts senators Edward M. Kennedy and John F. Kerry speak on stage just before Senator Obama.
Perry Hung—The Tech
Attendees waved homemade signs to express their support for Obama.
Perry Hung—The Tech
Democratic Presidential candidate Barack Obama waves to an excited crowd during a rally last night at the World Trade Center in Boston.
Ricardo Ramirez—The Tech
Queenie and Black (Carrie A. Lee ’10 and Matthew N. Stern ’08) stand back as the enraged Burrs (Matthew Ciborowski ’08) processes the scene in the Musical Theatre Guild’s production of Andrew Lippa’s “The Wild Party” playing Feb. 7–9, at 8 p.m. in La Sala de Puerto Rico.
Steve Howland—The Tech
David L. Reens ’11, Brandon T. Lew ’11, and Allen S. Yin ’11 of team 10 retract their robot’s wall after a match during the 6.270 final competition on Jan. 31. Many teams employed defensive strategies such as this, yet walls often led to scoreless matches that resulted in losses for both teams. 6.270 is an IAP class for MIT students where participants design and build a robot using LEGOs.
Omari Stephens—The Tech
Stephen A. Morton ’10 takes his first attempt in the finals of the long jump competition. Morton went on to win the competition with a jump of 6.92 meters (22’ 8.5”). The MIT men’s track and field team destroyed the competition this past Saturday, Feb. 2, scoring 240 points to best Tufts University (107 points), Springfield College (86), Bowdoin College (70), and Colby College (51).
Andrea Robles—The Tech
Kenneth K. Rosche ’08 jumps high to slam the ball during the Engineer’s game versus Lasell College on Thursday, Jan. 31. MIT won 3-0.
Ricardo Ramirez—The Tech
Black (Matthew N. Stern ’08) kisses Queenie (Carrie A. Lee ’10) in an intense moment of passion and lust in the Musical Theatre Guild’s production of Andrew Lippa’s “The Wild Party” playing Feb. 7-9 at 8 p.m. in La Sala de Puerto Rico.
Ricardo Ramirez—The Tech
Musical Theatre Guild cast members perform “Good Heavens,” a musical within Andrew Lippa’s “The Wild Party,” composed by brothers and lovers Phil and Oscar (Carlos Cardenas ’09 and Dave Berger, not pictured). “The Wild Party” will perform in La Sala De Puerto Rico, Feb. 7–9, at 8 p.m.
Ricardo Ramirez—The Tech
Mae (Nicolina A. Akraboff ’08) and Eddie (Darrell D. Cain ’08) sing about their wonderful life as a couple in the song “Two of a Kind” in the Musical Theatre Guild’s production of Andrew Lippa’s “The Wild Party” playing at 8 p.m. in La Sala de Puerto Rico, Feb. 7–9.