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Daniel Craig stars as James Bond in “Quantum of Solace,” in theaters today.
Seth Villarreal
Nikolai D. Begg ’09 learns about the Senior Gift during the opening ceremony on Nov. 13 in the Coffeehouse. The Class of 2009’s gift will be a donation to MIT’s OpenCourseWare. The money will be used to update the course material for 5.111, a freshmen chemistry course.
Aditi Verma—The Tech
MIT students take to the runway on Nov. 9 in Walker for the annual KATwalk, a benefit fashion show organized by the sisters of Kappa Alpha Theta featuring clothes from stores on Newbury Street, the Prudential Center, and Harvard Square.
Meng Heng Touch
The Phantom of the Football Player, played by Ari Daniel Shapiro G, advises the woman played by Mia A. Shandell ’10 in “Menfolks and the Woman” running from Nov. 13-15 at 8 p.m. in the Wiesner Student Gallery. This theater arts workshop is a Hungarian satire by Milan Fust translated and directed by Istvan Cziegler.
Meng Heng Touch
The Menfolks (from left, Ari Daniel Shapiro G, Paul M. Kominers ’12 and Brian P. Cass ’11) meet and argue with the Rover (Jonas Kubilius ’08) in a theater arts workshop entitled “Menfolks and the Woman,” a Hungarian satire by Milan Fust translated and directed by Istvan Cziegler. The workshop will be running Nov. 13-15 at 8 p.m. in the Wiesner Student Gallery.
Andriy Didovyk
YaaLirng Tu G and Jeff McCollum dance to the gold in the American Smooth as part of the MIT Ballroom Dance Team on Nov. 9 at the Brown Ballroom Dance Competition.
Meng Heng Touch
Mia A. Shandell ’10 as the Woman seduces the Phantom of Ideal (Jonas Kubilius ’08) during “Menfolks and the Woman,” a Hungarian satire by Milan Fust translated and directed by Istvan Cziegler. This theater arts workshop is running from Nov. 13-15 at 8 p.m. in the Wiesner Gallery.
Jongu Shin—The Tech
A stand up comedian Elliot Chang, one of the few who have received a standing ovation on Comedy Central’s Premium Blend, performs during his show hosted by the Korean Students Association on Nov. 8 in 54-100.