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Margaret M. Lloyd
Christina A. Margiotta ’11 tries on a yellow cardigan at J.Crew as personal shopper Topher Yandell offers helpful advice. About 30 MIT students participated in Charm School’s Dress for Success event on Jan. 28.
Vibin Kundukulam—The Tech
Partners line up to practice their technique during ballroom dance lessons at MIT’s 16th Annual Charm School on Jan. 30. Other events on Friday included a library etiquette class and a discussion on table manners.
Meng Heng Touch—The Tech
Amy L. Carrington (right), representative from Baker Hughes Inc., explains models of her company’s products to interested student Eric Hilton ’08 during Techfair, which was held on Feb. 2 in Rockwell Cage.
Steve Howland—The Tech
George W. Pratt ’10 stretches to return a deep shot from his Northeastern opponent. MIT faced off against Fordham University and Northeastern last Saturday, defeating Fordham 8-1 before falling to Northeastern 9-0. They were the final home matches for seniors and co-captains Balaji V. Sridhar ’09 and Saad Zaheer ’09.
Seth A. Villarreal—The Tech
The Rev. Crisparkle (Luis Loya ’06, left) welcomes his new charges from Ceylon, Helena and Neville Landless (Priscilla W. Army ’10 and Carlos Cardenas ’09) in MTG’s rendition of “The Mystery of Edwin Drood.”
Seth A. Villarreal—The Tech
The Company of the Music Hall Royale goes “Off to the Races” in this composite of two photos during MTG’s rendition of “The Mystery of Edwin Drood,” a musical by Rupert Holmes. It is playing Feb. 5-7 at 8pm in La Sala De Puerto Rico.
Seth A. Villarreal—The Tech
Edwin Drood (Susan E. Greenman ’11, left) and Neville Landless (Carlos Cardenas ’09, right) vie for the affections of Rosa Bud (Jessica K. Wong ’10, center) while the jealous John Jasper (Matt S. Peairs ’09, far left) looks on. “The Mystery of Edwin Drood” will be performed by MTG Feb. 5-7 at 8pm in La Sala de Puerto Rico.
Martin Segado—The Tech
Christians from various groups at MIT listen to a talk by Daniel E. Hastings PhD ’80, dean for undergraduate education, at the semesterly “Reg Day Service” hosted by MIT’s United Christian Organization on Monday evening in 34-101.