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John D. Sterman, professor at Sloan School of Management, is thanked by the Dalai Lama and donned with a sash.






A performer plays the sitar at “Rawaj: A Pakistani Cultural Night,” an event hosted by Pakistanis@MIT this past Saturday evening in La Sala de Puerto Rico.



Katherine A. Wymbs ‘14 leaps in the women’s pole vault at MIT’s non-scoring Spring Invitational this past Saturday afternoon. The Engineers will be competing in the New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference championship at Smith College this weekend.



Protagonist Bobby Strong (Trevor J. Mulchay ’15) leads a rebellion in the MIT Musical Theatre Guild’s production of Urinetown, a “tale of greed, corruption, love, and revolution.” The play will be performed on both Friday and Saturday evening at 8 p.m. in the Kresge Little Theater.



Plunger-wielding Bobby Strong (Trevor J. Mulchay ’15) leads a call to arms against potty oppression in MTG’s production of Urinetown.



Penelope Pennywise (Karen Hart ’11) leads a spirited rally during a scene in Urinetown, MTG’s newest production.



A press conference was held on Wednesday on the sixth floor of the new Media Lab



Rafael Reif discusses his dedication to continue involvement with the MIT community.



The Tech has an exclusive interview with the new president after the Wednesday press conference.


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