Photos by Seth A. vILLARREAL
Edwin Drood (Susan E. Greenman ’11, left) and Neville Landless (Carlos Cardenas ’09, right) vie for the affections of Rosa Bud (Jessica K. Wong ’10, center) while the jealous John Jasper (Matt S. Peairs ’09, far left) looks on. “The Mystery of Edwin Drood” will be performed by MTG Feb. 5-7 at 8pm in La Sala de Puerto Rico.
The Company of the Music Hall Royale goes “Off to the Races” in this composite of two photos during MTG’s rendition of “The Mystery of Edwin Drood,” a musical by Rupert Holmes. It is playing Feb. 5-7 at 8pm in La Sala De Puerto Rico.
The Rev. Crisparkle (Luis Loya ’06, left) welcomes his new charges from Ceylon, Helena and Neville Landless (Priscilla W. Army ’10 and Carlos Cardenas ’09) in MTG’s rendition of “The Mystery of Edwin Drood.”
Gregory I. Telian ’11 focuses his attention downrange at the MIT vs. Navy Free Pistol competition this past Saturday in the basement of the duPont Athletic Center.
The Goosebeary food truck reopened on Tuesday, after a temporary hiatus due to a fire at the building where they use the kitchens to prepare food. The kitchen fire on Jan. 21 did not involve Goosebeary but prevented them from running their usual service.
Michael P. Roberts ’11, captain of the MIT Solar Electric Vehicle Team, unveils the team’s latest solar car, named Eleanor, on Friday. The car is expected to compete in the World Solar Challenge, a 3000 kilometer race through the Australian Outback, in October. Eleanor can reach 90 mph and drive from Boston to New York without recharging.
Wenjia Zhu ’11 and Bo Han ’10 use the Lindgren Library lobby for a quick phone conference on March 16. Because of budgetary constraints, Lindgren Library (Building 54) and the Aeronautics and Astronautics Library (Building 33) will likely close in the near future, as reported in last week’s Tech.
Kirsten S. Hessler ’12 (right) lunges against an opponent in an attempt to score in Epee at Sunday’s NCAA Northeast Regional event held at the Johnson Indoor Track.
Brian T. Basham ’12, Hannah L. Pelton ’12, and Deepa Mokshagundam ’09 (left to right) of Roadkill Buffet improvise a skit based on a word from the audience during CPW.
Michael P. Roberts ’11, captain of the MIT Solar Electric Vehicle Team, unveils the team’s latest solar car, named Eleanor, on Feb. 27. The car competed in the 2009 World Solar Challenge in October, placing second in the “Silicon Class” and fifth overall out of 38 teams in the 3,021 kilometer race.
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