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Zwane (second from right) and family, during a visit with his MIT Educational Counselor in South Africa before he left for the U.S. in 2008.
Jessica Liu—The Tech
OCW’s budget saw a $500,000 decrease in the 2009 fiscal year. Plans for increased revenue include a “Course Champions” pilot campaign and continued use of referral links.
Sam Range—Tech Photo Illustration
Courtesy Parker Film Company/Samuel Goldwyn Films
Adam Goldberg as Adrian Jacobs and Marley Shelton as Madeleine Gray in (UNTITLED).
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Courtesy Experimental Study Group
Kabelo Zwane ’12
Sarang N. Kulkarni
Lorin Maazel conducts the Boston Symphony Orchestra and the Tanglewood Festival Chorus in Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9, with (from left, foreground) soprano Christine Brewer, contralto Meredith Arwady, tenor Matthew Polenzani, and bass-baritone Eike Wilm Schulte.
Meng Heng Touch—The Tech
Charlie D. Field ’10 (left) and skipper Leigh C. Casadaban ’10 helped MIT place third out of 16 at the Crews Regatta Sunday on the Charles River.
Corey J. Kubber
The Dance Organization of Boston College (DOBC) was one of many performing groups at the MIT/Wellesley Toons Concert for a Cure, which took place Saturday night in 10-250. It was the 4th annual Multiple Sclerosis benefit concert hosted by the Toons, and they raised over $1,700 for the Accelerated Cure Project, which conducts research aimed at understanding and curing the disease.
Arfa Aijazi—The Tech
Linguistics Professor Noam Chomsky lectured on Student Activism and Human Rights in Iran on Tuesday in 26-100 during an event sponsored by MIT Amnesty International.
Corey J. Kubber
Leslie S. Nachbar ’10 of the MIT/Wellesley Toons sings “Thank You” by Boyz II Men during the MIT/Wellesley Toons Concert for a Cure, which took place Saturday night in 10-250. It was the 4th annual Multiple Sclerosis benefit concert hosted by the Toons, and they raised over $1,700 for the Accelerated Cure Project, which conducts research aimed at understanding and curing the disease.
Elijah Mena
The Boss, performed by Zachary B. Barryte ’13, leads the circus company during the Musical Theater Guild’s production of Side Show in La Sala de Puerto Rico. The show runs tonight and tomorrow evening at 8 p.m.
Corey J. Kubber
A crowded 10-250 watches as the Harvard Din & Tonics perform at the MIT/Welllesley Toons Concert for a Cure, which took place Saturday night in 10-250. It was the 4th annual Multiple Sclerosis benefit concert hosted by the Toons, and they raised over $1,700 for the Accelerated Cure Project, which conducts research aimed at understanding and curing the disease.
Corey J. Kubber
Wellesley College’s AscenDance was one of many performing groups at the MIT/Wellesley Toons Concert for a Cure, which took place Saturday night in 10-250. It was the 4th annual Multiple Sclerosis benefit concert hosted by the Toons, and they raised over $1,700 for the Accelerated Cure Project, which conducts research aimed at understanding and curing the disease.
Corey J. Kubber
Senior captains Alexandra T. May and Barden E. Cleeland leap to block a spike by U.S. Coast Guard Academy’s Nicole Johnson in the NEWMAC women’s volleyball semi-finals last Friday at Rockwell Cage. The seniors each finished the match with 3 blocks, contributing to the Engineers’ 25-19, 25-20, 25-21 victory. On Saturday, the Engineers lost in the NEWMAC Championship match to Wellesley College, leaving MIT as the runner-up for the second time in three years.