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Monica F. Kahn ’10 (Marijuana) is the voice of reason of the play with random burst of deep thoughts, among all the nonsense. “Vice Play,” written by Sally E. Peach ’09 and directed by Danbee Kim ’09 (also a Tech cartoonist) chronicles four common vices — nicotine, caffeine, alcohol, and marijuana — as they attempt to get a deeper understanding of their individual worlds. The MIT Dramashop presented four One Acts in early November.

In the Musical Theatre Guild’s production of “Pippin,” Mia A. Shandell ’10 watches over Pippin (Benjamin Moncivaiz ’11) as he is crowned king after he killed his father for being an unjust ruler.

Gus Rancatore, the owner of Toscanini’s, received $31,406.85 in a week’s worth of donations from fans of his ice cream. The store was closed from Jan. 17 to Jan. 24 because of a past due tax bill.

Jen Zink is back at work on Monday, Jan. 28 after Toscanini’s was closed for several days due to nonpayment of taxes.

Cynthia A. Bouldrick ’11

Abigail E. Connick ’09

Professor David A. Vogan ’76

Katherine A. McCusker ’10

Laura A. Jacox ’08

Alan M. Benson G

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