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All Tech Sing
An alumnus of the class of 1977 writes, "Part of Spring Weekend, this was a competition where people from various living groups would perform songs they had
A student in the class of 2013 writes, "Started over January term in the '76-'77 school year, the Chorallaries are MIT's oldest co-ed a cappella group. 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 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.
A current student in the class of 2011 writes, "The iPod is perhaps as common as the slide rule in its day on the MIT campus. But while one may consider a
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
Tech Night at the Pops
A group of alumni at an Alumni Association event nominate Tech Night at the Pops, a 112-year-old tradition.
Muddy Charles Pub
A Sloan MBA student from the class of 2009 writes, "The Muddy Charles Pub is an on-campus pub created by and for the graduate student community at MIT and is
Tech Show 1955, Tyde's Crossinge
An alumnus of the class of 1958 nominates the 1955 Tech Show, "Tyde's Crossing" as "another memorable event at MIT."
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