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Aditi Verma—The Tech
His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco featured his film, Antarctica 2009: A Continent in a State of Alert on Tuesday in 10-250. He spoke about his recent expedition to the South Pole, which was intended to draw attention to the effects of global warming on the continent.
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Indie sweetheart Zooey Deschanel returns to the music scene with She & Him’s Volume Two.
On Thursday, U.S. News and World Report released its 2010 graduate school rankings. The School of Engineering remains top engineering graduate school in the country, a rank it has held since U.S. News began ranking engineering schools in 1990. None of the top five engineering schools changed ranks between last year and this year. Among business schools, Sloan moved up two ranks to third place, taking the spot held last year by the University of Pennsylvania.
U.S. News ranks schools based on a weighted survey of schools as well as of faculty and administrators. The engineering rubric evaluates quality assessment (40 percent), student selectivity (10 percent), faculty resources (25 percent), and research activity (25 percent).
The business rubric evaluates quality assessment (40 percent), placement success (35 percent), and student selectivity (25 percent).
Stephanie C. Lin—The Tech
The haughty Major Sergius (Vladimir Sobes ’11) is waited upon by house servant Nicola (Yuri Podpaly G) at the Petkoff house during the MIT Dramashop performance of Arms and The Man.
John A. Hawkinson—The Tech
Workers from Cadwell Sign Co. lift a plaque into place in Lobby 7 on Tuesday. A gift of the Class of 2003, the plaque is mounted on the east wall, just right of the Infinite Corridor entrance.
Stephanie C. Lin—The Tech
Michael Ouellette poses on the set of his last production at MIT. Arms and the Man was the first play he directed at MIT over 20 years ago, and will have its final run tonight at 8 p.m. in Kresge Little Theatre.