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Adam F. Schwartz
Ying Yang ’10 and Manisha Padi ’10 (the column writers) in their layered outfits. Yang is wearing skinny jeans from Express ($60), jacket from PacSun ($30), and sweater from H&M ($15). Padi is wearing jeans from Express ($40), vest from Dots ($10), and shirt from Aerie ($7). They are both wearing accessories from Aldo Accessories and shoes from Payless. Why we chose these: Layering up like this in the cold Boston weather allows us to be comfortable and look cute at the same time.
Steve Howland—The Tech
Boston University Academy high school student Craig Broady (left) speaks with Kenneth F. Colucci, head of Strategic Relations at the MIT Lincoln Laboratory, on Tuesday at BUA. Students built robots as part of the For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology (FIRST) Robotics Competition, which will be held Mar. 27-29 at Boston University.
Kari Williams—The Tech
Renuka Ramanathan ’10 and Samiksha Nayak ’10 of MIT Natya, the student organization known for Bharatha Natyam dancers, represented the science of DNA through dance in their performance in Little Kresge Auditorium on Monday.
Kari Williams—The Tech
Members of MIT Natya, the student organization known for Bharatha Natyam dancers, represented the science of DNA through dance in their performance in Little Kresge Auditorium on Monday.
Omari Stephens—The TEch
The moon passed completely into the Earth’s shadow this past Wednesday night in the last total lunar eclipse until Dec. 2010. Here, the moon re-emerges after being completely eclipsed from 10:01 to 10:51 p.m. See http://sunearth.gsfc.nasa.gov/eclipse/ for more information on lunar and solar eclipses.
Alex H. Chan—The Tech
Forward Nicholas R. LaBounty ’09 crashes the net against Boston College in Johnson Ice Rink on Wednesday. LaBounty’s second period goal gave them a brief 2-1 lead, but MIT went on to lose 4-2.
Kari Williams—The Tech
Intricate costumes and jewelry like those worn by Amrita Saigal ’10 were an important part of MIT Natya’s performance last Monday.
Daniel P. Beauboeuf—The Tech
Corey G. Harris ’10 and Alexandra M. Beyer ’10 perform in Mocha Moves Dance Group’s 3rd annual performance of “Mocha Nights.” The last performance takes place tonight in Kresge at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $8 at the door.
Mark Thompson
Keynote speaker Ray Hammond comments on the future of Dr. King’s message by asking the audience, “What now?” at the 34th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration held in Walker on Thursday morning.
Alex H. Chan—The Tech
Jet Li, martial artist and international film star, appears as one of three keynote speakers at the China in Development Conference on Monday in the Wong Auditorium. This is the first China in Development Conference organized by the MIT-China Development Initiative.