Photos by Andrea Robles
Michael E. Lee ’09 and the MIT Logs close Songfest on Oct. 18 during Family Weekend with “Once In a Lifetime” by Talking Heads.
Logs Alumni join current members for the ballad “Superlogs” at the Logarhythms’ Winter Concert on December 12 in Kresge Theater.
Soloists Michael R. Miller ’09 (front left) and Bryan K. Koo ’09 (front center) sing “Get Over It” by OK Go at the Logarhythms’ Winter Concert on December 12 in Kresge Theater. See page 6 for more photos from the concert.
Benjamin A. Bloomberg ’11 sings “See You Again” by Miley Cyrus at the Logarhythms’ Winter Concert on December 12 in Kresge Theater.
Edan Krolewicz ’12 sings “You Give Me Something” by James Morrison at the Logarhythms’ Winter Concert on December 12 in Kresge Theater.
Anna B. Shafiro ’10 (left) and Kasey M. Rowe ’10 promote Alpha Chi Omega’s Domestic Violence Awareness Week in Lobby 10. Throughout the week AXO sold around 1200 carnations to raise funds for the Boston Area Rape Crisis Center. The week will culminate with a lunch fundraiser in the Bush Room today from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Resonance, Oct. 18.
Michael Demyttenaere ’10 slams the ball across the net during a match against Daniel Webster College. The Engineers defeated the Eagles 3-0.
HOLA—A rainbow bursts out of a catarata (waterfall) in an Argentine national park. It is one of 275 falls that make up the Iguaçu Falls, which spread over Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay.
Rebecca E. Krentz-Wee ’11 mans the Lobby 10 booth for the Institute Screw Contest on Thursday. The contest is an annual charity fundraiser sponsored by Alpha Phi Omega that honors administrators or professors who are known for “screwing” over students. Chancellor Clay leads the pack with $136; next is Dan Frey with $112. Today is the last day to vote.<< First 1
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