Photos by Sarang Kulkarni
Vicky Chow performs at a concert in Killian Hall Monday, in which she played pieces by Ryan Anthony Francis, John Cage, Daniel Wohl, Evan Ziporyn, Andy Akiho, David Lang, and Jakub Ciupinski.
Comedian Robert “Bo” Burnham poses with fan Stephen A. McCrory ’14 (right) after performing in Kresge last Saturday. Stephen surprised the audience during the show with a poster depicting “i times Santa is real,” a line Bo had used a few seconds earlier in one of his songs.
Comedian Robert “Bo” Burnham performs at the MIT Fall Festival in Kresge Auditorium on Oct. 2. The event consisted of a comedy show by Bo Burnham and special guest Shane Mauss.
Forward Captain Marisa “Hot Sauce” Jasso ’13 (wearing red) scores a try for the Engineers in their match against Wentworth Institute of Technology in last Friday’s game. The Engineers, who won the national championship last year, crushed Wentworth 43-9.
ELEPHANTS, ELEPHANTS — Nine Asian elephants (and friends!) from the Barnum and Bailey Circus march down Mass. Ave on Tuesday afternoon on their way to the TD Garden in Boston.
Cornwall (Adam Finelli) gouges out the eyes of the Earl of Gloucester (Joshua J.A. Walker ’12) after arresting him.
Wellesley student Audrey Wozniak scans her music before the start of Friday’s MITSO performance in Kresge Auditorium.
Cordelia (Allison M. Schneider ’13) attempts to convince her father, King Lear, that she really does love him, all the while refusing to flatter him. The MIT Shakespeare Ensemble is currently performing King Lear, with the second run taking place from Oct. 28 through Oct. 30 at 8 p.m. in La Sala de Puerto Rico in the Student Center.
Dr. John Holdren ’65, adviser to President Barack Obama for Science and Technology and Director of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, delivers the 2010 David J. Rose Lecture in Nuclear Technology, titled “The Energy / Climate-Change Challenge and the Role of Nuclear Energy in Meeting It.”
Adam Boyles conducts the opening concert of this year’s season of the MIT Symphony Orchestra in Kresge on Friday. The concert featured pieces by Chadwick, Haydn and Kalinnikov and a dedication to Tyler Clementi, a Rutgers University freshman who appears to have committed suicide last month because of harassment due to his sexual orientation. The dedication praised him for being a fine young man and a distinguished musician.
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