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José Ramos-Horta, president of East Timor and 1996 Nobel Peace Prize Winner, gave a lecture on the reestablishment of government in East Timor in 10-250 on Tuesday. His talk was part of the Legatum Lecture Series.

Thomas M. Cervantes ’11 of The Guitar Knives strums the bass during last Friday’s concert at the Student Center.

Models storm down the runway one last time as they end the sequence of clothing from American Apparel during Kappa Alpha Theta’s KATwalk on Veterans Day.

Joanne Y. Shih ’10 and Charles M. Gauthier ’12 pose as part of the MIT Couture segment during Kappa Alpha Theta’s KATwalk on November 11.

Breanna D. Berry ’12, Timothy R. Lee ’11, and Chrystelle Kiang ’13 pucker their lips in a pose for the Shubrah fashion segment during Kappa Alpha Theta’s KATwalk on November 11. Shubrah is an eco-friendly brand that blends fashion styles from the east and the west.

(left to right) Emavieve R. Coles ’12, Sonia L. Jin ’10, Jessica L. Hammond ’12, and Veronica L. Barrera ’13 strut out onto the catwalk as they open the show with outfits from Club Monaco during Kappa Alpha Theta’s KATwalk on November 11.

Steven P. Bartel ’10 poses with a traffic cone as part of the MIT couture runway show during Kappa Alpha Theta’s KATwalk on November 11. KATwalk is a benefit fashion show featuring boutiques around the Boston area. Proceeds of the event go to KAT’s national philanthropy, Court Appointed Special Advocates, dedicated to helping abused and neglected children. Check out more photos of the event on page 13.

Ryan Green (left) and Cameron Hood of Ryanhood put on a concert at Cafe 939 at Berklee on Saturday night. Cameron encourages the crowd to sing along as Ryan strums his guitar. The pair, who began performing on the streets of Boston, have now released 5 CDs.

Students take to the ice during Spooky Skate, an event sponsored by SaveTFP on Halloween night.

MIT Medical Program Manager for Sexual Health Kate McCarthy and her colleague stand outside the Coffeehouse welcoming students to the first annual Know Your Status Day, which offered free HIV testing to students on December 1. Know Your Status Day coincided with this year’s World AIDS Day.

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