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Clara S. Bennett ’10 and the band Asymptotic Freedom rock out to Santana at the Physics Rock Concert held last Wednesday in 54-100. Band members included Prof. Martin W. Zwierlein PhD ’07 (piano), Prof. Enectalí Figueroa-Fliciano (drums), Meng Heng Touch ’12 (vocals), Prof. Alexander van Oudenaarden (guitar), Daniella C. Bardalez Gagliuffi ’11 (vocals), and Jeff R. Chabot PhD ’05 (guitar). Other acts featured popular songs re-imagined with physics- or physics department-related lyrics, including a cover of Simon and Garfunkel’s “Mrs. Robinson” that focused instead on Prof. Sean P. Robinson ’99, well-known to the crowd as the department administrator and head of Junior Lab.
Clara S. Bennett ’10 and the band Asymptotic Freedom rock out to Santana at the Physics Rock Concert held last Wednesday in 54-100. Band members included Prof. Martin W. Zwierlein PhD ’07 (piano), Prof. Enectalí Figueroa-Fliciano (drums), Meng Heng Touch ’12 (vocals), Prof. Alexander van Oudenaarden (guitar), Daniella C. Bardalez Gagliuffi ’11 (vocals), and Jeff R. Chabot PhD ’05 (guitar). Other acts featured popular songs re-imagined with physics- or physics department-related lyrics, including a cover of Simon and Garfunkel’s “Mrs. Robinson” that focused instead on Prof. Sean P. Robinson ’99, well-known to the crowd as the department administrator and head of Junior Lab.