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Novartis has leased the above four pink lots from MIT for at least sixty years; they are just across the street from Novartis’ existing sites at 186, 220, and 250 Massachusetts Avenue.
Nicole J. Wang
Jacky’s Table is family-style dining in a warm and inviting den.
Sarang Kulkarni—The Tech
Scrum-half Jacqueline P. Simpson ’14 is tackled while passing the ball to fly-half Stephanie E. Sallum ’12 during the women’s rugby game against Wentworth Institute of Technology on Oct. 9. The Engineers will be playing in the regional semifinals against Middlebury on Briggs Field at 1 p.m. on Saturday.
Sarang Kulkarni—The Tech
The fool (Jacob L. Austin-Breneman ’13), King Lear (Timothy Otte), and Kent (Brianna S. Conrad ’11) journey through the storm after freeing Kent from the stocks.
Melissa Renee Schumacher—The Tech
Novartis might demolish the Analog Devices building, on Massachusetts Avenue between Albany St. and Smart St., to make room for a new building with twice the footprint.
Nicole J. Wang
The shellfish soup, which featured mussels, scallops, clams and shrimp in a spicy tomato broth, was perfect for a crisp fall day.
Sarang Kulkarni—The Tech
Goneril (Mali MacConnell), King Lear’s oldest daughter, shares a passionate kiss with Edmund (Christopher D. Smith ‘12) in an act of infidelity. The MIT Shakespeare Ensemble is currently performing King Lear, with shows running every day through Oct. 30.
Sarang Kulkarni—The Tech
Cordelia (Allison M. Schneider ’13) and her father King Lear (Timothy Otte) patch up their relationship after the king realizes the folly of his ways.
Sarang Kulkarni—The Tech
The Earl of Gloucester (Joshua J. A. Walker ’12) wallows in sadness and despair after being blinded by Cornwall. The MIT Shakespeare Ensemble’s King Lear will be running today and tomorrow at 8 p.m. in La Sala de Puerto Rico in the Student Center.
Meng Heng Touch—The Tech
Frustrated at the frequent fire alarms in recent weeks, students in MacGregor. students display a count of the number of days since the last fire alarm in the window. There have been two fire alarms at Macgregor in the last 10 days, including one at 1:30 a.m.
Joanna Kao, Copyright 2010 Google; Map data copyright 2010 Google, Sanborn
Four recent robberies have occurred in the areas just north of the MIT campus, probably committed by the same suspects, police say. The first two robberies, last week Friday occurred within 45 minutes of each other, and the next two on Tuesday night within 15 minutes.
Yuanyu Chen (LEft), Sam Range (Right)—The Tech
For Halloween, hackers installed a giant black widow spider in Building 6-C on Thursday morning. Little spiders scattered along the Infinite and on the first floor of 6-C directed visitors to this spider’s hiding place.
Sarang Kulkarni—The Tech
The Earl of Gloucester (Joshua J. A. Walker ’12) leads King Lear to shelter during a storm in the MIT Shakespeare Ensemble’s production of King Lear.