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The Piano Technicians Guild attributes the beautiful sound of a piano to “the remarkable blending of such materials as wood, metal, buckskin, and wool. Together they create a uniquely timeless sound that no other instrument in the world ...
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Highlights from the first annual "Trashion Show" presented by Next House and the Undergraduate Association's Sustainability Committee. Check out the MIT news article here. Videography by Lan Li, edited by Josh Kastorf.
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04/22/2010 5:00 PM Bartos theaterHenry Jenkins, Provost's Professor of Communication, Journalism, and Cinematic Arts at the University of Southern California; ; William Uricchio, Professor of Comparative Media Studies; Description: In...
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05/01/2009 2:00 PM Bartos theaterJohn Ochsendorf, Associate Professor, Department of ArchitectureDescription: John Ochsendorf, a structural engineer, "fell in love with archaeology" during college. His senior thesis at Cornell involved a...
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02/26/2009 5:00 PM Bartos theaterHenry Jenkins, Provost's Professor of Communication, Journalism, and Cinematic Arts at the University of Southern California; ; Johanna Blakley, deputy director of the Norman Lear Center, usc; David Ca...
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MIT's first open house in more than 30 years provided hours of awestruck moments and became a highlight of the MIT150 celebration. Called "Under the Dome: Come Explore MIT," the open house attracted thousands who toured MIT's cutting-edg...
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Observing tradition and reducing stress, MIT students commemorate Drop Day—the final day students can drop a class—by pushing an upright (broken) piano off the roof of Baker House. Piano Drop has been held irregularly since the initial d...
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In 2006, two MIT graduate students in the School of Architecture and Planning, Ben Wood and Luciana Pereira, produced a documentary called Ashdown House: The Home Where Science and Technology Live. The documentary shows the rich history ...
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Henry Jenkins' 20-year presence at MIT was formative for him and profoundly valuable for MIT. A year after his departure for USC, Jenkins returned to talk with long-time colleagues about his pioneering scholarship on digital culture, his...
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