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In Buenos Aires’ Chinese immigrant neighborhood, a woman sells “red tea with milk and pearls” and sticky rice.
Diana Jue—The Tech
Since I enjoyed Indian tea so much, I had to visit the beautiful tea plantations of Munnar during my journey.
christina kang—The Tech
Mario A. Bollini ’09 explains his group’s new 2-gear hand-powered tricycle design to a local client of The Association for the Physically Disabled of Kenya that came to test the prototype. Mario was in Nairobi, Kenya this past summer.
Courtesy of Ellenzweig Architects
Groundbreaking of the new building for the David H. Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research will be on Mar. 7, 2008 between Buildings 32 and 68. This rendering is from the point of view of Galileo Way and Main Street with the Green Building in the background and the Broad Institute on the left.
Omari Stephens—The Tech
William S. Phipps ’09 tails the Williams College anchor leg as they run past cheering MIT athletes toward the final lap of the 4x800-meter relay, the final event of the men’s New England Division III championships. A finish ahead of Williams in the relay could have pushed the Engineers past Williams into 2nd place in the championship, but the Williams runner held his lead to the finish line. MIT placed 3rd with 101 points, behind Tufts University (118 points) and Williams College (106 points).
Andrea Robles—The Tech
Michael R. Miller ’09 (right) and Michael E. Lee ’09 work on recording the Logs’ new CD on Saturday in the Logs’ recording studio on the third floor of Walker Memorial.
Omari Stephens—The Tech
Anthony D. Teixeira ’08 lands in the sand at the end of a 13.53-meter (44’ 4.5”) triple-jump. Teixeira finished 7th in the event with a jump of 13.85 meters (45’ 5.25”). The MIT men’s track and field team finished 3rd in the New England Division III championship meet with 101 points, behind Williams College (106 points), and Tufts University (118 points).
Omari Stephens—The Tech
DJ Shiftee (Sam Zornow of Harvard University, left) plays a beat as Collin E. Johnson G takes a break from playing the saxophone. The Bexxxley Roxxx Some More concert, which happened Saturday night in the basement of Bexley Hall, featured a number of MIT student bands.
Omari Stephens—The Tech
Guest bass guitarist Jack Murphy ’10 (left) and drummer Michael S. Fleder ’08 glance at each other during the performance by the Johnson/Fleder Sub-Trio, which featured Murphy and DJ Shiftee (Sam Zornow of Harvard University). The Bexxxley Roxxx Some More concert, which happened Saturday night in the basement of Bexley Hall, featured a number of MIT student bands.
Omari Stephens—The Tech
Carrie A. McDonough ’08 plays lead guitar between verses during the performance by the carrie okie band (aka Fortran). The Bexxxley Roxxx Some More concert, which happened Saturday night in the basement of Bexley Hall, featured a number of MIT student bands.
Mark Thompson—The Tech
Jacob T. Shapiro ’11 executes his pommel horse routine in the men’s gymnastics competition against the College of William and Mary on Saturday. The Engineers, despite a season-high performance, lost to its Division I opponent 341.15-322.70.
Eric D. Schmiedl—The Tech
Gruff Rhys leads Welsh psychedelic rock band Super Furry Animals during their performance at the Paradise Rock Club in Boston this past Saturday.
Omari Stephens—The Tech
Jonathan S. Krones ’07 plucks the strings of his bass guitar during The Peaches’ set. The Bexxxley Roxxx Some More concert, which happened Saturday night in the basement of Bexley Hall, featured a number of MIT student bands.
Omari Stephens—The Tech
Jon “Okie” Williams ’07 of the carrie okie band (aka Fortran) plays the drums with a “Hello, World” program, written in the Fortran 77 programming language, on his chest. The Bexxxley Roxxx Some More concert, which happened Saturday night in the basement of Bexley Hall, featured a number of MIT student bands.
Omari Stephens—The Tech
William R. Bosworth ’08 sings while playing lead guitar for The Peaches during an encore performance. The Bexxxley Roxxx Some More concert, which happened Saturday night in the basement of Bexley Hall, featured a number of MIT student bands.
Monica Gallegos
Eric A. Beren ’08 (foreground) and Ken Van Tilburg ’11 play in doubles against Vassar College last Saturday in the J.B. Carr Tennis Bubble. While Beren and Tilburg won their match 9-7, the Engineers fell to the Brewers 7-2 overall.
Vincent Auyeung
Praveen Pamidimukkala ’08 serves during Saturday’s volleyball match against New York University. Pamidimukkala recorded an ace in the match to eclipse the Institute record of 132 career aces, set by current teammate Ryan G. Dean ’08. The Engineers lost the match 30-25, 30-27, 30-25.