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Arfa Aijazi—The Tech
Aron Kader, from Comedy Central’s Axis of Evil Tour entertains a full house at Comic Relief: A Fundraiser for Pakistan’s Flood Victims on Friday. The event was jointly hosted by MIT’s Pakistani Student Association (PakisMIT) and the Association for the Development of Pakistan (ADP).
Arfa Aijazi—The Tech
U.S. Representative Michael Capuano (Massachusetts 8th district) addressed members of the National Association of Graduate-Professional Students on issues including education and the economy during the organization’s 24th Annual Conference, which took place at MIT this year. NAGPS is the largest umbrella organization for graduate and professional students studying in the United States.
Chris Pentacoff
Hackers installed a fully functional street lamp atop the Building 1 pyramid on Saturday night.
David Chen—The Tech
Mason Tang G sprays fellow Resonance members at Resoception on Fiday night. (From left: Christine J. Park ’14, Mason Tang G, Daniel A. Heins ’14, Veronica C. Newlin ’14, Alexander C. Jordan ’13). Resoception took place in a nearly-full 10-250. The show featured performances by the Simmons Sirens and Northeastern Nor’easters before launching into an Inception-themed performance by the MIT Resonance. The concert included a collection of dream-related songs punctuated by short skits revolving around a plot to beat the 8.01 exam.
Logan P. WIlliams—The Tech
Logan M. Trimble ’13 exchanges an incandescent light bulb for a new compact fluorescent from Jennifer K. Liu ’14 in Burton Conner on Monday evening. The UA Committee on Sustainability is going door-to-door in every dorm this week to offer free replacement bulbs to residents.
Yuanyu Chen—The Tech
Mimi Yen ’11 sings a moving version of Maria Mena’s “Just Hold Me” at the Chorallaries’ “CSI: MIT” concert this past Saturday evening in 10-250. Through online donations and a raffle, the Chorallaries managed to raise over $1,000 for Children’s Hospital.