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Students and faculty gather in Lobby 7 on Dec. 17, 2007 to take part in the MIT Community Winter Break, sponsored by the Office of the President. The Winter Break was postponed from its original date of Dec. 13 because of a snowstorm.



Keynote speaker Ray Hammond comments on the future of Dr. King’s message by asking the audience, “What now?” at the 34th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration held in Walker on Thursday morning.



The Chorallaries’ alumni join the current members on the stage for the Engineers’ Drinking song to wrap up a night filled with humor that ran well into the early morning.



A four foot Tesla coil demonstration in Lobby 13 fittingly concludes the day-long Spark event held by the Educational Studies Program on Saturday. Spark invites Boston area students to take classes from a wide range of topics taught by MIT students and faculty.



Paper — both printer and toilet — flies through the air at the start of the concert at 11:59:59 p.m. on Saturday.



Joshua C. Hester ’11 expresses his frustration and constipation in one of the Chorallaries’ original compositions.



The line outside 26-100 weaves through the halls as hundreds of students wait for the Chorallaries’ annual Concert in Bad Taste.



Jacob T. Shapiro ’11 executes his pommel horse routine in the men’s gymnastics competition against the College of William and Mary on Saturday. The Engineers, despite a season-high performance, lost to its Division I opponent 341.15-322.70.


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