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The shepherd’s son or March Hare (Molly Goyer Gorman, back) is being tricked by Prince Florizel’s thieving servant Autolycus (Owen Holland, front). The Cambridge American Stage Tour visited MIT this week to perform Shakespeare’s “The Winter’s Tale.” For more information, visit http://castonline.org/.



Chelsea L. Ostrander ’10 of the Muses serenades the crowd with “It Ends Tonight,” originally by the All-American Rejects, at the Greater Boston Invitational Songfest on Saturday. GBIS is an annual concert held during Parent’s Weekend that showcases all of MIT’s a cappella groups.



Ted A. Fernandez ’09 of Resonance belts out “Feeling Good,” originally by Nina Simone at the Greater Boston Invitational Songfest on Saturday. GBIS is an annual concert held during Parent’s Weekend that showcases all of MIT’s a cappella groups.



The MIT/Wellesley Toons open for the annual Family Weekend Greater Boston Invitational Songfest with “Put Your Records On,” originally by Corinne Bailey Rae. GBIS was held this past Saturday in Kresge Auditorium and showcases all of MIT’s a cappella groups.



The Logarhythms amuse hundreds at the Greater Boston Invitational Songfest in Kresge last Saturday. GBIS is an annual concert held during Parent’s Weekend that showcases all of MIT’s a cappella groups.



Techiya, MIT’s Jewish a cappella group, sings “Sisu et Yerushalayim” at the Greater Boston Invitational Songfest on Saturday. GBIS is an annual concert held during Parent’s Weekend that showcases all of MIT’s a cappella groups.



Guitarist Tim Reynolds, founder of the band TR3, headlines the 2007 Row-A-Palooza concert on Sunday, Oct. 21. The 43rd annual Head of the Charles Regatta was held this past weekend. Over 1,700 boats completed the 3-mile course, which starts at the Boston University DeWolfe Boathouse and ends past Eliot Bridge.



Drag Kings Bill Dagger (Mattie Richardson) and Corn Bread (Patricia Hemphill) perform in a skit about nerd-jock love at the “Too Hot to Handle” lecture and demonstration featuring their all-black drag king troupe Nappy Grooves on Oct. 31.



PIKA PIKA—A giant Pikachu balloon makes its way down Broadway in New York City during Macy’s annual Thanksgiving Day Parade last Thursday.



MIT raised $160 million by October for the Campaign for Students.


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