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Gustav Down ’13 sings “You Belong with Me” by Taylor Swift during the MIT Logarhythms Winter Concert held on December 11, 2009 in Kresge Auditorium.



Swimmers leap into the water at the start of the men’s 200 meter breaststroke event during MIT’s home meet against Wheaton College on January 8, 2010 in the Zesiger Sports and Fitness Center. Nicholas A. Souza ’10 placed second in the event with a time of 2:26.80.



Team Freud prepares their robot for the semifinal match against Team Nightstalker in this year’s 6.270 Autonomous Robot Design competition last Thursday in 26-100.



Adrianna Tam ’11 of Syncopasian sings “Hua Tian Cuo” by Wang Lee Hom at the Intercollegiate Taiwanese American Students Association banquet on Saturday night. ITASA is an annual conference about Taiwanese-American identity, and was held at MIT this year.



Staff and cast members of this year’s production of The Vagina Monologues sell Valentine’s Day memorabilia in the Stata Center during an intermission last Sunday. They are raising money for local organizations working to curb violence against women.



Novice cosplayers perform a Left for Dead version of Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” in the Masquerade at Anime Boston 2010. Anime Boston is a three-day conference on anime and anime culture that took place last weekend at the Hynes Convention Center.



Under the leadership of Hope, played by Jennifer Shi ’13, the Rebels capture Caldwell B. Cladwell, played by Joseph Tennet ’10, in Next House’s production of Urinetown, performed by Next Act. The musical took place Thursday, Friday, and Saturday night in Next House’s Tastefully Furnished Lounge.



Admissions officer Matthew L. McGann ’00 and Tim the Beaver entertain prefrosh and parents during CPW’s closing remarks and variety show in Kresge auditorium on Saturday night.



The Mark Wood Experience, featuring Mark Wood, former member of the Trans-Siberian Orchestra, was the main act of Concert for a Cure hosted last Sunday at Club Oberon by MIT’s Sigma Phi Episilon fraternity and Harvard’s International Coalition of College Philanthropists.



Minister Patrick Delatour, Chairman of the Presidential Commission for Reconstruction and Minister of Tourism of Haiti, spoke to the MIT community about plans for the reconstruction of Haiti Friday morning in 6-120. Minister Delatour reviewed the actions and vision of the Haitian government post-earthquake.


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