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MIT student blogger Mitra L. '07

Ring Delivery by Mitra L. '07

Potato martinis at the courthouse

I finished finals yesterday (Tuesday), so now I am pretty much done with the first half (2/4 years) of MIT. That is both an exhilirating and scary thought.

Here are some photographs from Ring Delivery, last Saturday at the Moakley Courthouse in Boston. The event was a smashing success, and over 700 members of our 1000-person class attended!

Here are 10 of the 12 members of Ring Committee.

This is the outside of the courthouse. Not very impressive, is it?

Every guest had to pass through a metal detector! Good thing the rings didn’t set off the alarm.

Here’s the lobby where people mingled and waited in line for their rings.

The roof of the cylinder lobby ring area.

A jazz band played for the first hour or so.

See the plastic martini glasses? We had mashed potato-tinis for dinner. You put the potato in the glass, and then add cheese, meat, and veggie toppings.

Lots of other food too: salad, bread, turkey, stuffing, pasta.

The event space was in a gorgeous arc shape.

Sharlina and Tabitha with two friends.

More of the angles of the space.

Baker House people show off their rings.

Amazing windows.

For all of the pictures from the night, check out 2007 Ring Committee’s website.

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