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94-year-old Kirk Douglas gives a semi-intentionally hilarious Best Supporting Actress presentation.
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Winners Christian Bale (Best Supporting Actor), Natalie Portman (Best Actress), Melissa Leo (Best Supporting Actress), and Colin Firth (Best Actor in a Leading Role).
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James Franco and Anne Hathaway hosted the Oscars last Sunday. They were roundly criticized for a lackluster job, despite the expectation that their youth would bring more excitement to the stage.
Ana Lyons—The Tech
Tommy Ciesielski ‘11 commences Bad Taste with the Chorallaries’ infamous list of this year’s dedications.
Ana Lyons—The Tech
Burton Third Bombers cheered when they were honored in a brief skit during the Chorallaries’ Nth Annual Concert in Bad Taste in 26-100 on Saturday.
Ana Lyons—The Tech
Mounds of toilet paper litter the floor of the popular lecture hall 26-100 at the conclusion of Bad Taste.
Yuanyu Chen—The Tech
Susan J. Hockfield welcomes Chancellor W. Eric L. Grimson PhD ’80 to his first day on the job. President Hockfield mentioned the thousands of students Grimson has taught over the years and congratulated him on his new role. During his speech, Grimson mentioned that he will spend the next few weeks talking to students and student groups, and he told everyone to look out for e-mails about where he will be eating lunch so that students can join him.
Ana Lyons—The Tech
Varsha J. Raghavan ’14 and Gustavo N. Goretkin ’13 perform a skit about friendly interactions between local college students.
Yuanyu Chen—The Tech
An event was held on Tuesday at noon in Lobby 7 to greet the new Chancellor on his first day on the job. Lobby 7 was decorated with a string of lights for the event, which was well-attended by students, staff, and administrators.
Ana Lyons—The Tech
Current and former members of the Chorallaries perform “The Engineers’ Drinking Song” during their Bad Taste concert on Saturday.