MIT Imagination

Professor Woodie Flowers once said that MIT can be a steam roller or a candy store. We prefer the latter. Take a look. CREDITS: Written and directed by: • Chris Peterson • Elizabeth Choe ’13 Starring: • Shanasia Sylman ’15 • Estefania Avila ’15 • Kayla Esquivel ’15 • Delian Asparouhov ’15 • Chris Mills ’12 • Michael Rodrigo ’12 (as Tim) Featuring: • Connie Huang ’15 • Ana Vazquez ’15 • Kenton Williams SM ’12 • Stephan Boyer ’13 • Nexie, TOFU, and the Mustachioed Bear • The Lobby 10 Ensemble • The MIT football team Music: • Orchestral arrangement by Adrian Grossman ’14 • Performed by the MIT Symphony Orchestra • Conducted by Dr. Adam Boyles • Sung by Chris Puchi ’14 • Produced by Michael Miller ’09 • Advised by Mikey Yang ’05 Special thanks to: • Rachel Fong ’12 and the East Campus i3 Team • Jack Carroll, Suzanne Flynn, Paelle Powell ’15, and other residents of Maseeh Hall • Emerald Ferreira-Yang ’13 and the Random Hall Cryomaniacs • The MIT Glass Lab • Robert Urban and the Koch Center • Polly Guggenheim of the MIT Media Lab Personal Robotics Group • Craig Bryer and MIT Environmental Health and Safety • The MITAdmissions Bloggers • The MITAdmissions CommTeam

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  1. I can’t begin to tell you how many episodes of soap operas I watched during my four years at MIT (1971-1975) in my 14th floor dorm room in MacGregor House’s A-Entry — LOL!  Home video recorders were not in common usage yet, so I used to try to schedule my classes in such a manner that would leave my afternoons free for TV viewing! I had a summer job at CBS in NYC during the summers of ’73 and ’74, and visited the studios of “Love of Life” and “As the World Turns” quite a bit.

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