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Nick Bushak—The Tech
Provost L. Rafael Reif answers student questions at the Undergraduate Association Senate meeting last night. Reif discussed the Institute’s financial situation, budget cuts, and student input in the decision-making process.
Nick Bushak—The TEch
Electrical components, such as these resistors, will be cheaper for MIT associates thanks to a new agreement with supplier Digi-Key.
Vincent Auyeung—The Tech
The MIT Bhangra team portrays, in dance, the story of a love triangle among a woman and two competing bachelors during Sapne, the annual South Asian American Students’ culture show, on Friday, April 3.
Monica Gallegos—The Tech
Dancers (front row, left to right) Danwen Chen ’09, Melissa Dullea ’00, Tiffany L. Yee ’10, and Hannah J. Hsieh ’09 are seen performing at the MIT Hawaii Luau event in Walker Memorial on Friday, April 4. The event was interrupted due to a faulty heat sensor that set off the fire alarm twice. Each time, the guests were forced to wait outside for half an hour until the fire department arrived and shut it off.
Vincent Auyeung—The Tech
Renuka Ramanathan ’10, Aarthi Ramarathnam ’09, and Kavya Kamal Manyapu G (front row, left to right) of MIT Natya perform “Entwined — A Jugalbandhi of Kathak and Bharathnatyam,” a combination of traditional dance forms from northern and southern India. The performance opened Sapne, the South Asian American Students’ annual culture show, on Friday, April 3.
Vincent Auyeung—The Tech
Samir Zaidi ’09 and Aarthi Ramarathnam ’09, members of MIT Bhangra, perform “Southie Dance” during Sapne, the annual South Asian American Students’ culture show, on Friday, April 3.