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Matthew J. Perkins ’10 passes the ball during an MIT men’s water polo match Friday evening against Washington & Jefferson College at the Z-Center Pool.



Dylan J. Sherry ’12 performs during the MIT wind ensemble concert during MIT parents weekend on Friday, Oct. 17.



Alex MacNair, member of the “More Cowbell” team, explains his chain reaction to the audience at the MIT Museum’s Friday After Thanksgiving (FAT) Chain Reaction on Nov. 28 at Rockwell Cage. Participants linked their mini-chain reactions together to form one big reaction that was set off at the end of the day.



Stephanie Senna ’12 belts out “All Things Are Possible” by Darlene Zschech on Dec. 6 during the Cross Product’s Winter Concert in 54-100.



The Phantom of the Football Player, played by Ari Daniel Shapiro G, advises the woman played by Mia A. Shandell ’10 in “Menfolks and the Woman” running from Nov. 13-15 at 8 p.m. in the Wiesner Student Gallery. This theater arts workshop is a Hungarian satire by Milan Fust translated and directed by Istvan Cziegler.



The Menfolks (from left, Ari Daniel Shapiro G, Paul M. Kominers ’12 and Brian P. Cass ’11) meet and argue with the Rover (Jonas Kubilius ’08) in a theater arts workshop entitled “Menfolks and the Woman,” a Hungarian satire by Milan Fust translated and directed by Istvan Cziegler. The workshop will be running Nov. 13-15 at 8 p.m. in the Wiesner Student Gallery.



Mia A. Shandell ’10 as the Woman seduces the Phantom of Ideal (Jonas Kubilius ’08) during “Menfolks and the Woman,” a Hungarian satire by Milan Fust translated and directed by Istvan Cziegler. This theater arts workshop is running from Nov. 13-15 at 8 p.m. in the Wiesner Gallery.



Jacob A. Strauss G performs a solo from the song “Suite of Old American Dances” during the Concert Band performance for the MIT Fall Concert series.



MITSOlite, a chamber orchestra taken from current members of MIT Symphony Orchestra, presents works from the Baroque, Classical, and modern eras on Friday, Nov. 14.



Amy L. Carrington (right), representative from Baker Hughes Inc., explains models of her company’s products to interested student Eric Hilton ’08 during Techfair, which was held on Feb. 2 in Rockwell Cage.


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