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Eleojo E. Ocholi ’08 (second from right) and Daniel J. Wendel ’05 (right) take the lead vocals in the MIT Cross Product’s performance of “In the Light” by dc Talk during Saturday’s concert in 54-100.



Christians from various groups at MIT listen to a talk by Daniel E. Hastings PhD ’80, dean for undergraduate education, at the semesterly “Reg Day Service” hosted by MIT’s United Christian Organization on Monday evening in 34-101.



Atheist philosopher Peter Singer (professor of bioethics at Princeton University, left) addresses questions about morality and ethics last Saturday as Christian philosopher John Hare (professor of philosophical theology at Yale, right) looks on. Eric Gregory (assistant professor of religion at Princeton, center) moderated the discussion, which was part of MIT’s Veritas Forum. The event, organized by campus Christian organizations with help from Veritas Forum staff, invited prominent speakers to discuss ethics, beauty, and the relationship between science and faith.



Shortly after 8 a.m. Wednesday morning, one of MIT's five e-mail servers stopped functioning, disrupting service to approximately 4,000 faculty, students, and staff. Some e-mail accounts were still unavailable as of press time.



Emily Pittore of Lexington, Mass. adds Oreo cookie chunks to her liquid nitrogen ice cream at the CPW Festival in Johnson Athletic Center last night.



Prospective students (left to right) Daniel Zhang, Caryn Krakauer, and Susan Song join in on a game of Giant Twister set up by residents of East Campus.



Hundreds of prefrosh listen to Dean of Admissions Marilee Jones speak at yesterday's CPW welcome in Rockwell Cage.



Members of MIT Banghra perform at the CPW Festival last night in Johnson Athletic Center.



President Susan Hockfield speaks at the State of the Institute forum in Kresge Auditorium on the morning of Oct. 2, 2007.



Robert M. Randolph, formerly senior associate dean for students, is now MIT’s first Institute Chaplain.


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