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The “On the Shoulders of Giants” display was vandalized during the week of Feb. 2; a cardboard cutout of President Abraham Lincoln was replaced with a cutout of “Crocodile Hunter” Steve Irwin (pictured here).
Rachel Fong—The Tech
Students line up in front of 26-100 on Saturday night for the MIT Chorallaries’ nth Annual Concert in Bad Taste, an event where political correctness gets thrown out the window. The line was started last Wednesday evening, and ended up snaking around Building 16.
Rachel Fong—The Tech
Tess E. Wise ’10 parodies the recent dining protest in Lobby 7 in a skit making fun of east and west campus stereotypes during the nth Annual Concert in Bad Taste, put on by the Chorallaries of MIT on Saturday night.
Rachel Fong—The Tech
Per Bad Taste tradition, audience members pelt the stage and each other with paper during the nth Annual Concert in Bad Taste, put on by the Chorallaries of MIT on Saturday night.
Rachel fong—The Tech
The MIT/Wellesley Toons make a guest appearance at the nth Annual Concert in Bad Taste, performing “You Whore,” a parody of Jason Mraz’s “I’m Yours.” Left to right: Leslie S. Nachbar ’10 (in mask), Samantha Guergenenov, Esther Shang, Krista L. Speroni ’12, Isabella Gambill, Akash A. Chandawarkar ’09.
Brian S. Coffey
The “On the Shoulders of Giants” display was vandalized during the week of Feb. 2; a cardboard cutout of President Abraham Lincoln (pictured here) was replaced with a cutout of “Crocodile Hunter” Steve Irwin.
Meng Heng Touch—The Tech
Rachael A. Holmes ’11 smoothly displays her ending pose, finishing her the floor exercise at the women’s gymnastics meet on Saturday in the duPont Athletic Center. MIT lost the meet against SUNY Brockport, 187.6–182.15.
Seth A. Villarreal—The Tech
Michael P. Roberts ’11, captain of the MIT Solar Electric Vehicle Team, unveils the team’s latest solar car, named Eleanor, on Friday. The car is expected to compete in the World Solar Challenge, a 3000 kilometer race through the Australian Outback, in October. Eleanor can reach 90 mph and drive from Boston to New York without recharging.
Chelsea Grimm—The Tech
MIT a cappella group Resonance performs “Headlock” by Imogen Heap at the Habitat for Humanity Benefit Concert last Friday in 10-250.
Jessica Lin—The Tech
Matthew A. “Baking Chocolate” Ciborowski G (center) and Brian T. “Questions” Basham ’12 (right) perform a scene in a “triple dub” format, in which each of three characters speaks for another person, at the Roadkill Buffet’s improvisational comedy show Saturday evening in 6-270.
Chelsea Grimm—The Tech
South Asian classical music group Swara performs at the Habitat for Humanity Benefit Concert on Friday in 10-250.
Chelsea Grimm—The Tech
Breakdancing group Imobilare performs to several songs from Disney’s Mulan at the Habitat for Humanity Benefit Concert last Friday in 10-250.
Chelsea Grimm—The Tech
MIT’s Christian a cappella group the Cross Products performs “Before the Throne of God Above” at the Habitat for Humanity Benefit Concert last Friday in 10-250.