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William Yee—The Tech
Lilli Vanessi (Kerry Brooke Steere) and Fred Graham (Justin D. Breucop ’12) reminisce about old love during “Wunderbar.”
Eric D. Schmiedl—The Tech
Kresge Auditorium’s lobby, a polling place, glows with the bright lights over the voting booths at the very end of Election Day 2008.
William Yee—The Tech
Lois Lane (Kimberly A. Brink ’10), Lilli Vanessi (Kerry Brooke Steere), Bill Calhoun (Daniel A. Perez ’10), and Fred Graham (Justin D. Breucop ’12) open “The Taming of the Shrew: The Musical” with the song “We Open in Venice.”
Eric D. Schmiedl—The Tech
A group of East Campus Third East residents crowd into a room to watch Barack Obama’s victory speech. With the race close enough that Obama’s victory was far from clear early in the evening, many students spent Nov. 4, 2008 watching election results come in. See more photos on page 8.
Perry Hung—The Tech
Hundreds of students crowded into Copley Square in Boston in an impromptu celebration amidst music, drumming, dancing, and cries of “Yes, we can!” an Obama campaign slogan. The gathering dispersed peacefully upon request by the Boston Police.
William Yee—The Tech
Bianca Minola played by Lois Lane (Kimberly A. Brink ’10) explains that she wishes she could marry before her elder sister in “Tom Dick or Harry” while surrounded by her suitors Lucentio played by Bill Calhoun (Daniel A. Perez ’10) and Hortensio (Ben C. Williams ’11).
William Yee—The Tech
Lois Lane (Kimberly A. Brink ’10) complains about her beau Bill Calhoun’s (Daniel A. Perez ’10) gambling habit in “Why Can’t You Behave?”
Hanna S. Kuznetsov
Students hung a “Yes We Did” poster in Lobby 7 on Nov. 4, 2008 to celebrate Barack Obama’s victory in the 2008 presidential elections.
William Yee—The Tech
Things get a bit out of hand onstage during “The Taming of the Shrew: The Musical,” resulting in Fred Graham (Justin D. Breucop ’12) disciplining Lilli Vanessi (Kerry Brooke Steere).
William Yee—The Tech
Things get a little more out of hand resulting in the townspeople of Padua panicking during “Kiss Me, Kate!”