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Nasty Little Man
Indie rock band Spoon presents a rawer, edgier sound on their first self-produced album, Transference.
Jessica Liu—The Tech
The MIT Logarhythms practice for their Valentine’s Day serenades in 4-152 on Tuesday. Both the Logs and the Muses will be singing a mix of classic and modern love songs all around campus today.
2009 Graduate Women Support Survey
An electronic survey asking women graduate students to evaluate their use of certain resources at MIT was circulated last December and January. Out of 1,916 graduate women, about 1,900 responded. Data collected showed that “career planning guidance” and “information regarding existing MIT resources for graduate women” were among the more important resources as perceived by those surveyed. GWAMIT provides links to many MIT resources on its website.
2009 Graduate Women Survey
Elizabeth D’Arienzo—The Tech
The MIT Muses serenade Tech writer Danielle L. Gorman (seated) during their rehearsal in the McCormick Hall penthouse on Tuesday.
Star Trak Entertainment
Pharrell Williams (of The Neptunes) is the frontman for N.E.R.D., the funk-rock/hip-hop trio that will be headlining MIT’s Spring Weekend Concert on April 23.
Beggars Group USA
Although Vampire Weekend is associated with trust-fund babies who cavort about in faux-hip glory, their music actually satirizes that crowd.
Nicholas J. Chornay
Jason Gurwin of Harvard Business school pitches his team’s idea to the audience and a panel of three judges at the finale of the MIT 100K Executive summary contest on Thursday in 10-250. He described his team’s business idea, which won the competition, as “the first social and competitive platform for savings.”
Steve Howland—The Tech
Robert A. Habib ‘11 waits for a ball to rebound off the glass during Tuesday’s game against Brown University. The Engineers lost 9-0.
Jessica Liu—The Tech
Patrick J. Vatterott ’13 spikes the ball in the men’s volleyball match against Endicott College in Rockwell Cage on Tuesday. The Engineers fell to Endicott in the last set.
Melissa Renée Schumacher—The Tech
South African a cappella group Ladysmith Black Mambazo blends gospel and dance during their concert at Sanders Theater on Saturday night.