The Tech - Online EditionMIT's oldest and largest
newspaper & the first
newspaper published
on the web
Boston Weather: 27.0°F | A Few Clouds
Illustration by Deena Wang —The Tech
Melissa Renée Schumacher—The Tech

Building 12 could be demolished as early as Summer 2014, pending approval from the City of Cambridge. The building’s demolition will make way for the Nano-Materials, Structures, and Systems Lab (nMaSS), to be completed in 2018.

Illustration by Deena Wang —The Tech
Josh Glass

Lana Scott, Sydney Victoria Dorin, Terrell Foster-James, and Kate Elmendorf perform in Berklee Musical Theater Club’s rendition of Footloose.

Gene Schiavone

Misa Kuranaga and Jeffrey Cirio leap simultaneously in Boston Ballet’s performance of The Nutcracker.

Courtesy of One Direction/Twitter

The album cover of One Direction’s new album Midnight Memories, which was released on Nov. 25.

Courtesy of Disney Studios Motion Pictures

Emma (Cobie Smulders) and David (Vince Vaughn) in Delivery Man, a comedy about a man who discovers that he has fathered 533 children through sperm donation.

Josh Glass

Christian James Potterton starts in Footloose.

Gene Schiavone

The Party Scene from Boston Ballet’s performance of The Nutcracker featured young dancers from the Boston Ballet school.

Tami Forrester—The Tech

Luther V. Banner ’16 sings a solo during Resolectric, Resonance’s fall concert on Saturday, Nov. 23 in 10-250. The concert featured guest performances from the Counterpoints of Clark University and the CharlieChords of Berklee. Resonance is a coed a capella group that covers contemporary music hits.

Sarah Liu—The Tech

Emily M. Salvador ’16 sings a solo in “The Engineers’ Drinking Song” during Suit & Tie, the Chorallaries concert on Friday, Nov. 22. MIT’s first coed a cappella group, the Chorallaries’ repertoire is arranged by its group members and features a wide range of popular American music.

staly Chin

A heartfelt embrace during Four Idiots, The Ohm’s fall concert that was held on Saturday Nov. 23 in 10-250. Their concert featured mashups of popular South-Asian and American music, as well as punny skits. The Ohms is MIT’s first South-Asian coed a cappella group.

Staly Chin

Megan L. Mansfield ’16 sings a solo during Monty Python and the Holy Muse!, the fall concert hosted by the Muses on Sunday, Nov. 24 in 6-120. MIT’s only all-female a cappella group, the Muses perform arrangements of contemporary hits.