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Aron Kader, from Comedy Central’s Axis of Evil Tour entertains a full house at Comic Relief: A Fundraiser for Pakistan’s Flood Victims on Friday. The event was jointly hosted by MIT’s Pakistani Student Association (PakisMIT) and the Association for the Development of Pakistan (ADP).

U.S. Representative Michael Capuano (Massachusetts 8th district) addressed members of the National Association of Graduate-Professional Students on issues including education and the economy during the organization’s 24th Annual Conference, which took place at MIT this year. NAGPS is the largest umbrella organization for graduate and professional students studying in the United States.

Cecilia R. Louis ’10 sings with the Chorallaries, May 2.

The theme of this year’s 2.007 (Design and Manufacturing I) competition was “MIT’s Greatest Hacks” in honor of the Institute’s 150th anniversary. The four tasks that the teams’ robots had to complete were placing a police car on the dome, pulling the Caltech cannon, dropping five bouncing balls, and inflating a weather balloon on the Harvard football field.

Kuljot S. Anand ’13 sings “Just Dance Pe Chance,” an original mashup of Lady Gaga’s “Just Dance” and “Dance Pe Chance” from the Bollywood movie Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi, at the MIT Ohms debut concert Friday night. The newly founded Ohms is MIT’s only South Asian a capella group and combines American pop songs with the best of Bollywood.

New Freshman Class President Danielle A. Class ’13 on the entire Freshman Class Council consisting of sorority pledges: “We’ll need to think outside the box, we won’t just focus on Greek life… We’ll be a strong team, and bring ideas to the table.”

Professor JoAnne Stubbe received the 2009 National Medal of Science for her pioneering work in understanding the enzymes involved in DNA replication and repair.

W1, which will house at least 460 undergraduates, is the cornerstone of MIT’s long-term plans to increase enrollment by 300 students.

David W. Miliband SM ’90, British Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, delivered the 2010 Compton Lecture in Kresge Auditorium on Wednesday.

Cecilia R. Louis ’10 belts out an encore performance of “Halo” at the Chorallaries’ Annual Spring Concert last Friday. Falling on the same night as Ring Delivery, the concert, “Sing Delivery,” still drew enough people to fill 10-250.

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