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Shanying Cui ’09 belts out Jewel’s “Foolish Games” during the Muses’ fall concert on Friday night.



Joshua M. Karges ’08 of Resonance sings We the Living’s “Best Laid Plans” on Saturday night.



Members of the Muses and St. Louis University’s Bare Naked Statues face off in a beatboxing battle during the Muses’ fall concert on Friday night.



Stephanie E. Oh ’09 and Caroline H. Hunting ’11 belt “Doo Wop (That Thing)” by Lauryn Hill at Resonance’s fall concert on Saturday night.



Ruth Schwartz Cowan, the Janice and Julian Bers Professor of the History and Sociology of Science at the University of Pennsylvania, delivers the 2008 Miller Lecture on Science and Ethics in the Bartos Theater on Nov. 17. The lecture, hosted by the MIT Program in Science, Technology, and Society, was entitled “Climbing up the Slippery Slope: the History of Genetic Screening,” and focused on discrediting the link between prenatal genetic testing and eugenics.



Alix Collins prepares cupcakes to be handed out at the Community Fall Break on Killian Court on Sept. 14. Reflecting the event’s theme of sustainability, the cupcakes were baked and served in miniature ice cream cones, which made them a zero-waste snack.



Prospective student Kirsten Hessler drives a tricycle off a ramp at the 2008 Campus Preview Weekend Festival in Johnson Ice Rink.



Benjamin W. Charrow ’08 wears a “CRYO-FAC” box in reference to East Campus’ Friday Afternoon Club at the 2008 Campus Preview Weekend in Johnson Ice Rink yesterday.



DEAD RISING?—MIT hackers placed “In Case of Zombie Attack” boxes complete with Small Chainsaws in buildings 16 and 46 early last morning. The boxes greeted prospective students touring MIT for Campus Preview Weekend.



Prospective freshmen line up to receive liquid nitrogen ice cream sponsored by the second floor of the west parallel of East Campus.


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