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Eric D. Schmiedl—The Tech
Jae Rhim Lee (left) of MIT’s Visual Arts Department speaks with bystanders at the Seamless Fashion Show, which showcased wearable technology. Lee’s suit was impregnated with mushroom spores designed to break down harmful artificial substances in the human body after burial, preventing them from leaching into the environment.
Good Fashion at MIT: Jose C. Sepulveda ’10 is wearing a white shirt from JC Penney ($15), an argyle sweater from Express ($30), and jeans from JC Penney ($20). Why we like it: The look is simple and warm, but the bold pattern on the sweater keeps it fresh and the lean fit is flattering!
Eric D. Schmiedl—The Tech
Evangelos Sfakianakis G fills out an iPod touch raffle form at the Tau Beta Pi career fair on Tuesday in Rockwell Cage.
Eric D. Schmiedl—The Tech
MIT’s premiere lecture hall 10-250 is currently undergoing massive renovations, as seen on Sunday, Feb. 3.
Eric D. Schmiedl—The Tech
Matthew N. Faulkner ’08 won the Audience Favorite and Fullest Moustache prizes at the MITstache competition on Sunday, Feb. 3. The MITstache competition was organized by Brian J. Pepper ’08, and challenged MIT students to grow facial hair over Independent Activities Period.
Christina Kang—The Tech
Students crowd around a touch-sensitive surface at the MIT Lincoln Laboratory booth at the 2008 Technology Fair on Monday in Rockwell Cage. Job seekers have had many opportunities in the past week, with the Technology Fair on Monday, the Tau Beta Pi career fair on Tuesday, and several banquets and information sessions since.
Eric D. Schmiedl—The Tech
Chenxia Liu ’10 speaks with ITA Software recruiters at the Tau Beta Pi Career Fair on Tuesday in Rockwell Cage.