Photos by Seth Villarreal
Deepa Mokshagundam ’09, Matt Ciborowski G, and David Brescia (left to right) of Roadkill Buffet — MIT’s improvisational comedy troupe — carry on a conversation where, at all times, at least one person must have their head in a bucket full of water.
Sarah C. Proehl ’09 (also a Tech campus life columnist) wins first place in the Robert A. Boit Writing Prize for Poetry for her work “Fourteen Months.” The award, presented by William Corbett, director of Student Writing Activities, is one of the Ilona Karmel Writing Prizes. This year, the program gathered the largest number of submissions to date.
Nikolai D. Begg ’09 learns about the Senior Gift during the opening ceremony on Nov. 13 in the Coffeehouse. The Class of 2009’s gift will be a donation to MIT’s OpenCourseWare. The money will be used to update the course material for 5.111, a freshmen chemistry course.
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