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Brian W. Ducharme, CEO of MIT Federal Credit Union, cuts a ribbon held by the bank’s board of directors at the grand opening of the bank’s new Student Center branch. The branch officially opened for business of Aug. 6, 2007.



Intricate costumes and jewelry like those worn by Amrita Saigal ’10 were an important part of MIT Natya’s performance last Monday.



Renuka Ramanathan ’10 and Samiksha Nayak ’10 of MIT Natya, the student organization known for Bharatha Natyam dancers, represented the science of DNA through dance in their performance in Little Kresge Auditorium on Monday.



Members of MIT Natya, the student organization known for Bharatha Natyam dancers, represented the science of DNA through dance in their performance in Little Kresge Auditorium on Monday.



The Baker (J. Michael Spencer) and Jack (Timothy Wilfong) discuss the sale of a cow during the Music Theatre Guild’s presentation of Into the Woods, which is playing this weekend and throughout September in the Little Kresge Theater.



Bharatha Natyam dancers, Feb. 18.



Benjamin M. Judge ’11 listens to a 3.091 lecture in 26-100 via live video from 10-250. The 570 students in Professor Donald R. Sadoway’s popular introductory solid state chemistry class exceed 10-250’s 450-person capacity, so some students must attend a video lecture.



Solar 7, the “green” house being constructed by the MIT Solar Decathlon team, will be shipped to Washington, D.C. for the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon competition in early October.



Paul Kagame, president of the Republic of Rwanda, delivers his speech, “Imperative of Science and Technology in Accelerating African and Rwandan Development,” as part of the Compton Lecture Series on Thursday in Kresge.



The Baker (J. Michael Spencer) and his wife (Kerry Brooke Steere) sing to each other.


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