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John R. Durant, Director of the MIT Museum and Historical Collections, spoke Friday at the press opening of the MIT 150 exhibit, giving perspective on the process of creating the exhibit. He spoke of a museum worker who had to bring back a slice of H.M.’s brain, one of the most studied brains in the world, from California and joked with the audience, asking them to imagine going through airport security with a slice of a brain.
Yan Zhu—The Tech
Tamir Hendelman, Israeli jazz musician, performed at Sculler’s Jazz Club last Thursday with Tim Horner on drums and Martin Wind on bass.
Yan Zhu—The Tech
Tamir Hendelman, Israeli jazz musician, performed at Sculler’s Jazz Club last Thursday with Tim Horner on drums and Martin Wind on bass.
Yan Zhu—The Tech
Tamir Hendelman, Israeli jazz musician, performed at Sculler’s Jazz Club last Thursday with Tim Horner on drums and Martin Wind on bass.
John A. Hawkinson—The Tech
H. Theodore Cohen, one of seven members of the Cambridge Planning Board, speaks at the Dec. 21, 2010 meeting.
Joanna Kao—The Tech
President Susan J. Hockfield spoke Friday about the uniqueness of the MIT community and thanked the MIT 150 steering committee for their work in putting together the MIT 150 exhibit. The exhibit floor at the MIT Museum was packed with students, alumni, and faculty. There were 657 people in the exhibit by the end of the speeches.
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Maz Jobrani, a founding member of the Axis of Evil Comedy Tour and an internationally recognized stand-up comedian, spoke with The Tech’s Nina Sinatra.
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Logan Williams—The Tech
Firefighters respond to a chemical spill in the basements of buildings 66 and 68 Thursday. The small spill of acetonitrile caused no injuries, but caused the evacuation of buildings 66, 68, E17, E18, and E19 and closed Ames Street for several hours.