Photos by Ricardo Ramirez
Black (Matthew N. Stern ’08) kisses Queenie (Carrie A. Lee ’10) in an intense moment of passion and lust in the Musical Theatre Guild’s production of Andrew Lippa’s “The Wild Party” playing Feb. 7-9 at 8 p.m. in La Sala de Puerto Rico.
Queenie and Black (Carrie A. Lee ’10 and Matthew N. Stern ’08) stand back as the enraged Burrs (Matthew Ciborowski ’08) processes the scene in the Musical Theatre Guild’s production of Andrew Lippa’s “The Wild Party” playing Feb. 7–9, at 8 p.m. in La Sala de Puerto Rico.
Musical Theatre Guild cast members perform “Good Heavens,” a musical within Andrew Lippa’s “The Wild Party,” composed by brothers and lovers Phil and Oscar (Carlos Cardenas ’09 and Dave Berger, not pictured). “The Wild Party” will perform in La Sala De Puerto Rico, Feb. 7–9, at 8 p.m.
Mae (Nicolina A. Akraboff ’08) and Eddie (Darrell D. Cain ’08) sing about their wonderful life as a couple in the song “Two of a Kind” in the Musical Theatre Guild’s production of Andrew Lippa’s “The Wild Party” playing at 8 p.m. in La Sala de Puerto Rico, Feb. 7–9.
Evan C. Iwerks ’10 (center) teaches Burton-Conner Housemaster Merritt R. Smith and President Susan Hockfield how to play tennis with the Nintendo Wii. Hockfield toured Burton-Conner as part of her continuing effort to learn more about the MIT community.
Daniel D. Jimenez ’10 learns how to perform CPR on a dummy at Thursday’s MassCPR event in La Sala de Puerto Rico. The event was sponsored by MIT-EMS.
Paul Pierce, 2008 NBA Finals MVP, holds up his trophy during the Celtics’ Rolling Rally on June 19 on Tremont St. The Boston Celtics defeated the Los Angeles Lakers to clinch their first NBA Championship in 22 years.
Former Red Sox slugger Manny Ramirez steps up to the plate in the bottom of the eighth inning against the New York Yankees on Sunday, July 27. Ramirez was traded to the Los Angeles Dodgers as part of a three-way deal with the Pittsburgh Pirates just minutes before the trade deadline on July 31. The Red Sox won 9-2 to avoid being swept in the series.
Teams (left to right) 61 “The Shifters”, 97 “The Cow” (Sponsored by MIT), and 1153 “The RoboRebels” compete in the semifinals of the For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology (FIRST) robotics competition. High school students from all over New England descended on Boston University’s Agganis Arena last Saturday, March 29 for the regional championship.
High School student Levi Toledano (right) shows other students how to play On-Sets, a dice game that helps students learn about set theory. The MIT Saturday Engineering and Enrichment Discovery Program held a workshop on Feb. 29 to showcase the Massachusetts Academic League of America, a club where students learn and compete by playing academic games.<< First 1
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