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An image of an N1 neuraminidase complexed with Tamiflu, based on X-ray diffraction studies.
Ramya Sankar—The Tech
Melissa A. Gymrek ’11 is seen here 400 yards away from the finish line on Boylston St. during The 113th annual Boston Marathon on Monday April 20, 2009. The 26.2 mile event brings together runners and spectators from around the world.
Greg Steinbrecher—The Tech
A Cambridge Bomb Squad officer attempts to disable a device placed on Kresge Field on the morning of April 24. The device was, in fact, a cherry-bomb-shaped concrete block advertising for this weekend’s annual DTYD party hosted by the Burton 3rd Bombers.
William Yee—The Tech
Attendees are seen waiting in line in front of the Zesiger Center to get into Spring Concert 2009 featuring Ben Folds on Saturday, April 25.
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Indie band Hotel Lights, formed by songwriter Darren Jessee, performs as the starting band for the Spring Concert at Johnson Athletic Center on April 25.
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(left to right) Jessica S. Kim ’10, Gloria Yang ’11, Dorothy Curran ’12, Tiffany J. Lin ’11, Jenna A. Berkowitz ’09, and Xindi Song ’10 perform the song “Big Spender” in the Next Act show “Sweet Charity.”
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Residential Life Associate Marc Lo (left) and Dean for Student Life Costantino Colombo (right) interrogate Priscilla W. Army ’10 as Charity.
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Jean Cui ’09 is pictured with “Jeopardy!” host Alex Trebek. Cui will be on air this Thursday.
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A cappella group Newtones from South Newton High School sings one of Ben Folds’ songs before Folds appeared on stage for the Spring Concert on April 25 at the Johnson Athletic Center.
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Jason (Todd Sandstrom) woos Diane Lane (Emma C. Jeffries ’11) with students in the background during “Auditions” in the show “Bare” by the MIT Musical Theatre Guild.
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Dance hall girls turn their attention to Oscar (Curtis B. Liu ’10) in the Next Act show “Sweet Charity.”
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Song writer and vocalist Sara Bareilles, known for her hit song, “Love Song,” plays at the 2009 Spring Concert on April 25.
Chelsea Grimm—The Tech
Drag queen, Takonica (Lorenzo B. Brown ’10) tries to win over drag king Chase Yrchik (Cheryl M. Kwinn ’09) with his dance moves at the Fierce Forever 8 student drag show on Thursday, April 23.
William Yee—The Tech
Ben Folds is seen performing at the Spring Concert on April 25 at the Johnson Athletic Center.
Vibin Kundukulam—The Tech
Varun R. Chirravuri ’09 (center) struggles against efforts to toss him into a pool of water during Holi celebrations.
William Yee—The Tech
Peter (Yoni Gray ’10) and Jason (Todd Sandstrom) share a stolen moment in “You and I” in the show “Bare” by the MIT Musical Theatre Guild.
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Peter (Yoni Gray ’10) seeks guidance from Father (Dave Berger) during “Confession” in the show “Bare” by the MIT Musical Theatre Guild.
Eric D. Schmiedl—The Tech
Some time after Campus Preview Weekend, vandals calling themselves “Local 151” defaced the Hacking Ethics mural in an MIT basement as retaliation after members of the hacking community cleaned up graffiti in the area.
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Servers (Eva S. Klinman ’10 and Michael T. Lin ’11, also a Tech Campus Life editor) look on as Vittorio Vidal (Julian Yuen ’12) catches Charity (Priscilla W. Army ’10) falling.
William Yee—The Tech
Students (Hayley Ryan, Kimberly A. Brink ’10, Megan Rexius, Emma C. Jeffries ’11, Keri Boisclair, Dave Berger and Matthew S. Peairs ’09) surround Peter (Yoni Gray ’10) during “Epiphany” in the show “Bare” by the MIT Musical Theatre Guild.
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Kyle A. Atmore ’10 as Daddy Brubeck performs the song “Rhythm of Life” in the Next Act show “Sweet Charity.”
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Oscar (Curtis B. Liu ’10) and Charity (Priscilla W. Army ’10) have a conversation on a roller coaster with a “hack” of Godzilla by the stage crew in the background in the Next Act show “Sweet Charity.”
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Ben Folds interacts with his band on stage during the Spring Concert on April 25 in the Johnson Athletic Center.
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Students enjoy pot brownies during the scene “Birthday Bitch” in the show “Bare” by the MIT Musical Theatre Guild.
Eric D. Schmiedl—The Tech
Hackers installed a solar-powered Boston MBTA-style subway car riding on the wall around MIT’s Great Dome on Monday, April 27, visible from Killian Court. The train’s next stop is listed as “Baker House,” referring to a hackers’ tradition of asking, “Is this the way to Baker House?” when discovered in strange or illicit locations by officers of the MIT Police.
Chelsea Grimm—The Tech
“Tammy” the Beaver joins stand-up comedians ANT to kick off the Fierce Forever 8 student drag show.
William Yee—The Tech
Students rave during “Rolling” in the show “Bare” by the MIT Musical Theatre Guild.
Vibin Kundukulam—The Tech
A breakdancer holds a difficult freeze at Breakonomics 2009, a large breakdance jam hosted by MIT Imobilare in La Sala de Puerto Rico on Saturday, April 25.
Chelsea Grimm—The Tech
(left to right) David B. Kelley ’10, Patrick H. Yamane ’11, and Isaac C. Joseph ’11 build picnic tables for Habitat for Humanity of Greater Lowell during Campus Build on Friday, April 24.
William Yee—The Tech
Jason (Todd Sandstrom) and Ivy (Kimberly A. Brink ’10) enjoy a birthday kiss as students look on during “One Kiss” in the show “Bare” by the MIT Musical Theatre Guild.