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BioShock Infinite from Irrational Games — a game to remind you why you are a gamer.
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Harrison Ford plays Branch Rickey, the owner of the Brooklyn Dodgers, Jackie Robinson’s team.
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Orestes (Paul E. Kreiner ’12) embraces his sister Elektra (HyoJeong Choi ’12) in the final scene, while a chorus member (Hrant Gharibyan ’13) lifts an elder woman (Jennifer Wang ’13) to an upper tier of the stage.
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Yazmin Guzman (left) and Pavlina Karafilis (right).
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A masterful 3D rendition of Spielberg’s classic film Jurassic Park.
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Album cover art of The Knife’s new album Shaking the Habitual.
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Commonwealth Secretary of Housing and Economic Development Greg Bialecki speaks to the Cambridge City Council on Monday evening, in favor of MIT’s petition to rezone its part of Kendall Square.
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Dana Vigue (left).
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Daniel Shoemaker.
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Chadwick Boseman plays Jackie Robinson, America’s first black baseball star, in 42.
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From left: Abraham Quintero, Priya Kikani, Carlos Cuevas.
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Chadwick Boseman as Jackie Robinson in 42.
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Bioshock Infinite, released just this month, succeeds in telling an engaging story but lacks slightly in combat and gameplay.
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Professor Jennifer A. Lewis ’91, an MIT alumna currently doing research at Harvard, presented this spring’s Wulff Lecture, “Printing Functional Materials.” Her presentation covered advances in 3D printing technology and their applications. The Wulff Lecture is designed to introduce the general public and MIT undergraduates to the field of materials science.
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Nicholas J. Locascio ’16 pitches in MIT’s baseball game against Babson College Tuesday afternoon. The Engineers lost 5-2 after 13 innings.
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The McCormick Student Art Gallery held the opening for its second round of exhibition on Sunday. The student-organized gallery displays selected artwork created and submitted by MIT students across campus. The gallery first opened last semester.
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Radames, captain of the Egyptian army (played by Zachary J. Casas ’13) mourns his fate during a dress rehearsal of Next Act’s production of the musical Aida. The annual show runs Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evening this week.