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Sustainable tango

This year’s One World @ MIT event celebrated the ways MIT people, research, and initiatives are creating a more sustainable future.
June 27, 2018
Gretchen Ertl

Graduate students Giulia Agostinelli and Zied Ben Chaouch performed on behalf of the MIT Tango Club at One Sustainable World, a campuswide May evening of dancing, food, and music including reggae, Bollywood, K-pop, R&B, and hip-hop. Both Agostinelli (nuclear science and engineering) and Ben Chaouch (electrical engineering and computer science) learned to tango at MIT.

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