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S. Balaji Mani—The Tech
Vocalist Karina Zeviani from Sao Paulo, Brazil channels Sting as she sings a contemplative cover of The Police’s “So Lonely” with Nouvelle Vague at Somerville Theatre last Sunday, January 24th.
Aaron Thom—The Tech
Saturday evening, alumni of the MIT Ice Hockey program faced off against alumni of the Boston Bruins in a fundraising event for the current MIT team. The Bruins won 13-11. MIT alumni from as early as the Class of 1966 (Robert Silver and M. Loren Wood) came together to help raise funds for the team which was cut last year.
Elijah Mena—The Tech
Portia M. Jones ’12 (left) and Hazel L. Briner ’11 (center) compete in the Women’s 55 Meter Hurdles at the MIT Coed Invitational held Saturday at the Johnson Indoor Track. Jones placed second with a time of 8.74 seconds.
Sean Tang—The Tech
Violinist Sarita Uranovsky, clarinetist Molly Walker, and pianist Hiskao Hiratsuka play a musical piece dedicated to Noam Chomsky at a concert honoring the MIT Professor of Linguistics on Friday evening in Kresge Auditorium.
Jasmine Florentine—The Tech
Much to the delight of East Campus residents, the promise of a horse riding event during last weekend’s Bad Ideas Competition was not, in fact, a joke. Dominika Nawrot is seen here riding a horse in McDermott Court on Saturday. Bad Ideas is a series of quirky IAP events that encourage their organizers to forgo “requirements and ‘good engineering practice.’”