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Student Art Association (SAA)
An MIT staff member writes, "The Student Art Association (SAA) at MIT provides instruction and studio experience in the arts to MIT students and staff at the
Grateful Dead Concerts at MIT, 1970
An MIT staff member writes, "The Grateful Dead performed on Kresge Plaza on May 6, 1970 and in duPont Gymnasium in May 7,
An MIT staff member writes, "The Glass Lab is a place where students learn, through direct manipulation, about the unique properties of glass. It is an
Norbert Wiener's prologue to "R.U.R."
An alumnus of the class of 1949 writes, "In the fall of 1949, I saw a performance by the MIT Dramashop of "Rossum's Universal Robots," in which robotic
An alumnus at a Cardinal and Gray Society event nominates the Logarhythms, a men's a capella group with a 60-year history on campus and many devoted alumni.
Student Loan Art Program
An MIT staff member writes, "The largest program of its kind in the country, the Student Loan Art Program at MIT loans out 400 artworks each year, including
MIT Glass Lab: Great Glass Pumpkin Patch
An MIT staff member writes, "Each Fall since 2001, over 1,000 hand-blown glass pumpkins, squashes and gourds in all sizes, shapes, colors and designs transform
Musical Theatre Guild's "Star Wars Trilogy: Musical Edition"
An MIT staff member writes, "MTG's "SWT: ME" "retells "Star Wars: A New Hope," "The Empire Strikes Back" and "The Return of the Jedi" in a three-act parody of
An MIT staff member writes, "This Media Lab project was launched in 1986 to create new technology and music for expert performers of traditional string
Media Lab Conductor's Jacket
An MIT staff member writes, "Boston Pops conductor Keith Lockhart donned the conductor's jacket for Tech Night at Pops 1998. Developed by doctoral candidate
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