Photos by Meng Heng Touch
The Sloan Japan Club graduate student class of 2011 painted Japanese calligraphy at their show on Thursday by using a performer’s head as a brush to write “MIT.”
Ece Gulsen G receives an influenza vaccine at MIT Medical’s student-only flu clinic in the Student Center on Thursday. All 1000 doses reserved for the day were used.
(from right) Students Chih-Yu Chao G, Dennis R. Miaw G, Paula M. Te ’11, and Jessica Lin ’12 (also a Tech photographer) join Donal Leonellis Fox in improvising “Lonely Woman” at the MIT Festival Jazz Ensemble on Saturday in Kresge Auditorium.
The Night Market; organized by the MIT Asian American Association, the Association of Taiwanese Students at MIT, and the MIT Chinese Students Club; took place in Lobdell on November 14. The venue was decorated with Chinese lanterns, and each Asian student group was in charge of decorating a booth with their own style.
Charlie D. Field ’10 (left) and skipper Leigh C. Casadaban ’10 helped MIT place third out of 16 at the Crews Regatta Sunday on the Charles River.
In a stunning weekend performance of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, the MIT Symphony Orchestra teamed up with a talented cast of student actors in Kresge Auditorium.
Ece Gulsen G receives an influenza vaccine at MIT Medical’s student-only flu clinic in the Student Center on Oct. 15. All 1000 doses reserved for the day were used. There was more preventative activity against the flu this past year due to the global H1N1 “swine flu” pandemic.
The MIT Symphony Orchestra presented “Miracles” on March 3 in Kresge Auditorium. Here, Kevin Dong Gyun Woo ’12 plays the cello in Joseph Haydn’s Symphony No. 102. Woo was the principal player for both Hadyn’s piece and John Harbison’s Canonical American Songbook.
In a stunning performance of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, the MIT Symphony Orchestra teamed up with a talented cast of student actors in Kresge Auditorium on December 5.
Andy Tsao ’13 competes in the final round of the 3x3 Rubik’s Cube competition in the student center on Saturday. Patricia Li ’13 averaged the second fastest time ever by a female competitor in the 3x3 competition.<< First 1
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