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Viggo Mortensen and Kodi Smit-McPhee star in John Hillcoat’s The Road, based on Cormac McCarthy’s Pulizter Prize winning novel.
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Zhao Yun (Jun Hu), the dignified warrior who saves his emperor’s infant son from slaughter, braves combat with a loyal legion in the film Red Cliff.
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Teresa Wakim as Galatea and Douglas Williams as Polyphemus perform Acis and Galatea, one of Handel’s operas, as part of the Boston Early Music Festival Chamber Opera Series.
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A determined and cunning Xiao Qiao (Chiling Lin) confronts her husband’s enemy Cao Cao to make peace and stall time in the film Red Cliff.
S. Balaji Mani—The Tech
Guitarist and vocalist Thurston Moore shreds on one of his many Fender Jazzmasters. Throughout the show Moore switched guitars to cover all the alternate tunings required for the Sonic Youth repertoire.
Feng Wu—The Tech
MIT Medical Program Manager for Sexual Health Kate McCarthy and her colleague stand outside the Coffeehouse welcoming students to the first annual Know Your Status Day, which offered free HIV testing to students on December 1. Know Your Status Day coincided with this year’s World AIDS Day.
Elijah Mena—The Tech
The townspeople of Titipu gather to celebrate the love of Yum-Yum (Julie Lauren Stevens) and Nanki-Poo (Barratt Park G) at the end of Act I of The Mikado presented by The MIT Gilbert & Sullivan Players. The play will be performed this weekend in La Sala de Puerto Rico.
Elijah Mena—The Tech
(left to right) Pooh-Bah (Dan Salomon), Koko (David S. Rolnick 12), and Pish-Tush (Jonathan Nussman) receive an alarming message from the Mikado (Johari Frasier ’13) during The MIT Gilbert & Sullivan Players’ rendition of The Mikado playing this weekend in La Sala de Puerto Rico.
Eric D. Schmiedl—The Tech
Hackers installed a giant band-aid on MIT’s Great Dome on the night of November 30, right after the wrapping that had been protecting the Dome during repairs was removed. The band-aid was presumably intended to symbolize that the “surgery” was complete.
Elijah Mena—The Tech
Yum-Yum, played by Julie Lauren Stevens, is joined by her sisters Pitti-Sing (Virginia K. Quaney ’10) and Peep-Bo (Sarah E. Flowers ’12).
Elijah Mena—The Tech
Koko (David S. Rolnick ’12) is hoping for a kiss from his unwilling bride-to-be, Yum-Yum (Julie Lauren Stevens) during The Mikado, presented by The MIT Gilbert and Sullivan Players in La Sala de Puerto Rico.
Sunny X. Long—The Tech
Erica N. Pino ’13 drives around a U.S. Coast Guard Academy defender in the first half of the women’s basketball game on December 2. The engineers were defeated 47-38.