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Courtesy of the MIT Women’s Rugby Team
The MIT women’s rugby forwards drive a scrum while scrum-half Alyssa M. Baccarella ’11 prepares to collect the ball during the Engineers game against Middlebury last Saturday. MIT won the game, making them the New England Rugby Football Union Division III champions and securing them a place in the national collegiate rugby championships this upcoming weekend.
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All-American Rejects guitarist, Nick Wheeler, sports an undoubtedly outdated haircut. Regardless, the band played a rocking headlining set in Foxboro, Mass. on November 10.
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Drummer Billy Martin announced the upcoming release of the Medeski, Martin & Wood “Evolutionary Box Set,” which includes three of the group’s latest releases, a DVD, a live album, and a remix album among other treats during their concert last Friday at the House of Blues.
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Joanne Y. Shih ’10 and Charles M. Gauthier ’12 pose as part of the MIT Couture segment during Kappa Alpha Theta’s KATwalk on November 11.
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John Medeski of Medeski, Martin & Wood stands up to solo one of his many keyboards on November 13 at the House of Blues. In concert, he’s typically surrounded by a collection of old organs, electronic keyboards, and even a grand piano.
Meng Heng Touch—The Tech
The Night Market; organized by the MIT Asian American Association, the Association of Taiwanese Students at MIT, and the MIT Chinese Students Club; took place in Lobdell on November 14. The venue was decorated with Chinese lanterns, and each Asian student group was in charge of decorating a booth with their own style.
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Ryan Green (left) and Cameron Hood of Ryanhood put on a concert at Cafe 939 at Berklee on Saturday night. Cameron encourages the crowd to sing along as Ryan strums his guitar. The pair, who began performing on the streets of Boston, have now released 5 CDs.
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Steven P. Bartel ’10 poses with a traffic cone as part of the MIT couture runway show during Kappa Alpha Theta’s KATwalk on November 11. KATwalk is a benefit fashion show featuring boutiques around the Boston area. Proceeds of the event go to KAT’s national philanthropy, Court Appointed Special Advocates, dedicated to helping abused and neglected children. Check out more photos of the event on page 13.
SOURCE: Ri Romano, Registrar’s Office
This term, drop date occurred during week 11 of the term, while in the previous two terms, drop date happened during week 12. Students drop the most classes during the week of drop date, closely followed by the first week of term and the fifth week, around the time when many first midterms take place.
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Bassist Chris Wood from Medeski Martin & Wood played on November 13 at the House of Blues. Wood will return to Boston to perform with his brother on December 8 at the Paradise Rock Club.
Feng Wu—The Tech
Breanna D. Berry ’12, Timothy R. Lee ’11, and Chrystelle Kiang ’13 pucker their lips in a pose for the Shubrah fashion segment during Kappa Alpha Theta’s KATwalk on November 11. Shubrah is an eco-friendly brand that blends fashion styles from the east and the west.
Feng Wu—The Tech
(left to right) Emavieve R. Coles ’12, Sonia L. Jin ’10, Jessica L. Hammond ’12, and Veronica L. Barrera ’13 strut out onto the catwalk as they open the show with outfits from Club Monaco during Kappa Alpha Theta’s KATwalk on November 11.
Feng Wu—The Tech
Models storm down the runway one last time as they end the sequence of clothing from American Apparel during Kappa Alpha Theta’s KATwalk on Veterans Day.