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Dhaval Adjodah
A latke mascot (Matthew S. Cons ’08) and a hamentashen mascot (Lindsey A. Pete ’08) duke it out before Wednesday’s annual Latke-Hamentashen Debate held in 26-100.
Robert M. Wells ’08
Omari Stephens—The Tech
Terrascope lecturer Ari W. Epstein PhD ’95 presents different toppings that one can eat with hamentashen. The annual Latke vs. Hamentashen Debate took place this past Wednesday evening in a packed 26-100.
Eric Schmiedl—The Tech
Christopher L. Follett G will appear on the fifth season of “Beauty and the Geek” which premieres Tuesday, March 11 on the CW.
Adele A. Schwab
Karen L. Chu ’08, Lucia T. Tian ’08, and Anna J. Simon ’10 (clockwise from left) of the MIT synchronized swimming team compete in the 2008 East Zone Regionals held last weekend at Canisius College in Buffalo, New York.
Omari Stephens—The Tech
Don Contois of the Steelco Fence company helps install a fence in preparation for the construction of MIT Building 76, which is scheduled to open in 2010. The new building, which will house the David H. Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research, will be constructed along Main St. between the Stata Center (Building 32) and the Koch Biology Building (Building 68; also named for David H. Koch ’62).
Monica Kahn—The Tech­­
Adam C. Love ’07 and Benjamin M. Park ’10 open the show with the improvisational game ‘Freeze’ during The Jug Show by Roadkill Buffet on Feb. 29 in 6-120.
Monica Kahn—The Tech
John U. Gardner G, an alum of Season 4 of The CW’s “Beauty and the Geek,” participates in a dating show game with other members of Roadkill Buffet on Feb. 29 in 6-120.