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The MIT Chorallaries perform their fall concert on the Friday before Thanksgiving Break. With an opening by the MIT/Wellesley Toons, the free superhero-themed concert entertained a packed crowd in 10-250.

The MIT Electronics Research Society shows off one of their Tesla coils to a crowd of spectators Monday afternoon at the 2012 MIT Techfair. The student-run event had over 60 companies and 30 student groups exhibiting this year.

Supporters of the LaRouche political action committee display signs and pass out packets at 77 Mass. Ave. on Friday afternoon. The PAC, formed by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr., believes that the world is currently under threat from a “British-Liberal” plot to drastically reduce the world’s population through a global thermonuclear war.

A date with Camille L. M. Everhart ’13 is auctioned off during the SAE Charity Date Auction, held last Saturday night in Walker Memorial. The event raised $6,600 for Camp Kesem, a summer camp for children whose parents have cancer. The dates included venues such as the Union Oyster House and activities like F1 racing.

The final project of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Design Seminar (17.922) was on display in Lobby 10 on Friday. The exhibit, which highlights issues including racial discrimination and economic disparity, will be up through Thursday.

Abigail East, a folk and impressionist artist from Berklee College of Music, plays at The Coffeehouse Thursday evening. The Coffeehouse Lounge Program hosts performances every week by the MIT Festival Jazz Ensemble, MIT students, or Berklee College of Music students.

The Chorallaries performed their nth Annual Concert in Bad Taste last Saturday evening. Bawdy jokes abounded and toilet paper was thrown around in massive quantities by both the performers and the audience in a packed 26-100 until late into the night.

Friends trod over fresh snow back to their dorms yesterday evening. The Prudential Tower gleams across the river through a cold haze.

Elia S. Harmatz ’12 serves against an opponent from Eastern Nazarene College on Thursday evening. He played first singles and won 6-0, 6-1. MIT won 8-1 overall.

Jonathan E. Rea ’14 rounds third base in Wednesday’s game against Brandeis University. The Engineers managed to break a 1-1 tie in the bottom of the fifth to eventually win the game 9-2.

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