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Tiffany Ho ’11 (left, from Wellesley) and Minhee Sung ’10 play cello during Millennium Canons, by Kevin Puts. The MIT Symphony Orchestra performed this past Friday, Oct. 26 with new conductor Adam K. Boyles. The concert featured pieces from Kevin Puts, Johann Sebastian Bach, Edward Elgar, and Sergei Rachmaninoff.



Danielle H. Yuen ’11 (left), Tanya S. Goldhaber ’10 (center), and Alex T. Vai ’11 play violin for Rachmaninoff’s Symphonic Dances, Opus 45. The MIT Symphony Orchestra performed this past Friday, Oct. 26 with new conductor Adam K. Boyles. The concert featured pieces from Kevin Puts, Johann Sebastian Bach, Edward Elgar, and Sergei Rachmaninoff.



Dertouzos lecture series speaker Bill Dally, also chairman of Stanford University’s Department of Computer Science, listens to a question from Course VI Professor Anant Agarwal (right) after his talk last Thursday, Oct. 31. In the talk, Dally argued that managing communication, rather than increasing raw horsepower, is the key to fast computation.



Lindley C. Graham ’10 (right) jumps back as her opponent charges during a foil fencing bout. The men’s and women’s fencing teams travelled to Boston University this past Saturday, Nov. 17 to compete in a Northeast Fencing Conference tournament.



Arin S. Rogers ’11 glances up during Duke Ellington’s “In a Sentimental Mood,” as arranged by Herb Pomeroy. The song was the first of a two-part medley in memory of Pomeroy, who passed away this year. The MIT Festival Jazz Ensemble performed a concert on Saturday, Nov. 17, titled “Celebrating Boston Jazz & the Music of Charlie Kohlhase.”



Matthew J. Rosario ’10 plays the electric piano during “In a Sentimental Mood.” The MIT Festival Jazz Ensemble performed a concert on Saturday, Nov. 17, titled “Celebrating Boston Jazz & the Music of Charlie Kohlhase.”



Javier J. Ordonez ’10 (left) begins an attack against his Boston University opponent during an épée bout. The men’s and women’s fencing teams travelled to BU this past Saturday, Nov. 17, to compete in a Northeast Fencing Conference tournament.



(Left to right) Sinan Keten G, Matthew J. Rosario ’10, Jack Murphy ’10, and Jason Rich G play the closing piece of the concert, Eero Koivistoinen’s “Kukonpesä.” The MIT Festival Jazz Ensemble performed a concert on Saturday, Nov. 17, titled “Celebrating Boston Jazz & the Music of Charlie Kohlhase.”



Director Frederick E. Harris Jr. (center, rear) looks on as the Ensemble performs Kholhase’s “Jasper Jaguar/Deceptor.” The MIT Festival Jazz Ensemble performed a concert on Saturday, Nov. 17, titled “Celebrating Boston Jazz & the Music of Charlie Kohlhase.”



Director Frederick E. Harris Jr. hops during a crescendo near the end of “Somethin’ Sassy,” by Hal Crook. The MIT Festival Jazz Ensemble performed a concert on Saturday, Nov. 17, titled “Celebrating Boston Jazz & the Music of Charlie Kohlhase.”


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