Photos by jessica lin
Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Patrick H. Winston ’65 gives his annual talk, “How To Speak,” to a packed audience in 6-120 on Friday, Jan. 30.
The Spring Career Fair, organized by the Tau Beta Pi engineering honor society, took place in Rockwell Cage on Tuesday, Feb. 3. Sixty-one companies presented to recruit students for full-time jobs and internships.
Anjali Tripathi ‘09 answers questions about the MIT Solar Electric Vehicle Team at the Energy, Environment, and Sustainability Student Group and Project Showcase on Thursday night Jan. 15 in Lobby 10. The showcase was a part of the MIT Energy Initiative’s “Energy Futures Week,” which ran from Jan. 12 to Jan. 15.
Female alumni chat at the Association of MIT Alumnae’s “Woman-to-Woman - Life After MIT” networking event on Thursday, Jan. 15.
Matthew A. “Baking Chocolate” Ciborowski G (center) and Brian T. “Questions” Basham ’12 (right) perform a scene in a “triple dub” format, in which each of three characters speaks for another person, at the Roadkill Buffet’s improvisational comedy show Saturday evening in 6-270.
Caroline H. Hunting ’11 (left) of a cappella group Resonance performs Lauryn Hill’s “Doo Wop (That Thing)” at the Varsity Vocals International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella Northeast Semifinals held Saturday, March 21 in Kresge Auditorium. Resonance, which hosted the competition, performed six songs while the judges deliberated.
Cecilia R. Louis ’10 (left foreground) and Mairead F. Daniels ’12 (center foreground) perform with the Chorallaries at the Varsity Vocals International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella Northeast Semifinals held Saturday, March 21 in Kresge Auditorium. The Chorallaries won the award for Best Arrangement with their song “Rainbow Connection,” arranged by Anna Lo ’08.
A cappella group Effusion from McGill University band together in their performance of “Come Unto Me” by Take 6 at the Varsity Vocals International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella Northeast Semifinals held Saturday, March 21 in Kresge Auditorium. Effusion came in second place overall.
Alejandro F. Arambula ’12, Kevin A. Rustagi ’11, and Thomas M. Cervantes ’11 of the student band The Guitar Knives perform covers and original songs at their debut concert in the Simmons Hall Multipurpose Room on Saturday, May 9.
A family examines a glass pumpkin during the annual Great Glass Pumpkin Patch, held on Sunday at Kresge Oval. Proceeds from the sale of these decorative pumpkins benefit the MIT Glass Lab.
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