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Elijah Mena—The Tech
Card readers have been installed outside of the student center. Starting Tuesday, card access will be required between 1 to 6 a.m.
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Faye Driscoll and Jesse Zaritt star in the dance duet You’re Me.
John A. Hawkinson—The Tech
MIT’s little dome is no longer a part of the Cambridge skyline when viewed across the Harvard Bridge from Boston. The Pfizer building, under construction at 610 Main Street, rises up behind it, almost eclipsing it. MIT has is leasing the building to Pfizer for several decades.
Christopher A. Maynor—The Tech
Daniel Y. Zhang ’15 and Pamela C. Cai ’16 warm up for the MITSOlite concert on Thursday evening. The chamber orchestra performed Mozart’s Symphony No. 41 to a packed audience in Killian Hall.
David Da He—The Tech
The Great Dome was lit blue early Tuesday morning, presumably as advertisement for the Erg-A-Thon fundraiser taking place this Friday in Lobby 10. The Erg-A-Thon is a competition where teams exercise on rowing machines to raise money for Amphibious Achievement.
John A. Hawkinson—The Tech
William C. Cutter conducts the MIT Concert Choir on Wednesday evening in Lobby 7 during their Community Sing.
Elijah Mena—The Tech
Jon Hindmarsh, guitarist and lead singer for the band Hirvana, performs in the Coffeehouse Lounge on Thursday evening. The band played Nirvana covers.
JONATHAN RICHMOND
Mohini R. Jangi G and Chandni Valiathan ’11 dance during the Diwali Cultural Show at Kresge on Sunday evening. The show was organized by MIT Sangam.
Melissa Renée Schumacher—The Tech
On Tuesday night, author and journalist Chris Hayes (right) discussed his new book Twilight of the Elites with Ta-Nehisi Coates, the Dr. Martin Luther King Visiting Professor. The event was held in the Simmons Hall Multipurpose Room, which could not accommodate everyone who wanted to watch; at least a hundred people were turned away. The discussion was videotaped and will be available online soon.