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The Senate (from left to right: Travis S. Newsad ’10, Bryan C. Hernandez ’09, Prannay
Budhraja ’10) kneels to Caesar (Steve Barkhimer).
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Mark Antony (Sean P. Faulk ’11) mourns the loss of a friend.
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The Spring Career Fair, organized by the Tau Beta Pi engineering honor society, took place in Rockwell Cage on Tuesday, Feb. 3. Sixty-one companies presented to recruit students for full-time jobs and internships.
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Julius Caesar (center: Steve Barkhimer) debates going to the Senate with Calpurnia (left: Hanna S. Kuznetsov ’09) and Decius Brutus (right: David A. Brescia ’10), after receiving ominous news from Calpurnia.
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Julius Caesar (front right: Steve Barkhimer) and Mark Antony (front left: Sean P. Faulk
’11) discuss Cassius’ character. Titinius (back left: Prannay Budhraja ’10), Trebonius
(back center: Skylar W. Desa ’10), Portia (back left: Grace M. Kane ’11), and Calpurnia (far
left: Hanna S. Kuznetsov ’09) wait patiently for Caesar.
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Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Patrick H. Winston ’65 gives his annual talk, “How To Speak,” to a packed audience in 6-120 on Friday, Jan. 30.
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Titinius (left: Prannay Budhraja ’10), Octavius (center left: Max Goldman G), Cassius (center right: Bryan C. Hernandez ’09), and Brutus (right: Travis S. Newsad ’10) prepare for battle.
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The conspirators (left to right: David A. Brescia ’10, Skylar W. Desa ’10, Yoni Gray ’10, Prannay Budhraja ’10, Mia A. Shandell ’10, Bryan C. Hernandez ’09, and Travis S. Newsad ’10) contemplate their actions.