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Gene Schiavone

Lia Cirio and Lasha Khozashvili perform in Wayne McGregor’s Chroma.

Warner Bros. Pictures

Leonardo DiCaprio as Jay Gatsby dances with Carey Mulligan as Daisy Buchanan.

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Julia C. Ogrydziak ‘96.

Matt Hart

Carey Mulligan as Daisy Buchanan.

Vanessa Trevino—The Tech
Gene Schiavone

Jeffrey Cirio in Wayne McGregor’s Chroma.

Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.) tries out his latest-and-greatest: the Mark XLII prehensile suit.

On Repeat

Cover art of Little Boots’ new album Nocturnes.

Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

The (empty) Iron Man suit and Pepper Potts (Gwyneth Paltrow) in Iron Man 3.

Gene Schiavone

Patrick Yocum, Bradley Schlagheck, Lawrence Rines, and Whitney Jensen perform in Symphony in C.

Vanessa Trevino—The Tech

Bexlians relaxing in the main lounge.

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A lounge on the second floor of Bexley overlooking the courtyard. The dorm has many creative pockets where residents congregate.

Emily Kellison-Linn—The Tech

Camille E. Richman ’14 maneuvers her robot to stretch a rubber band between two pegs at the competition.

Emily Kellison-Linn—The Tech

Competitors wait their turn at the 2.007 Design and Manufacturing competition held Wednesday and Thursday evening in Johnson. Students in the 2.007 course had one semester to build and design a radio-controlled robot to compete in this year’s challenge, “Operation 2.007.” Robots could earn points during two-minute matches by completing various tasks based on medical procedures, such as removing an instrument from the leg of Tim the Beaver, or measuring the magnetic field in his brain to imitate an MRI scan.

Emily Kellison-Linn—The Tech

2.007 professor Daniel D. Frey explains the rules of the 2.007 competition.

Emily Kellison-Linn—The Tech

Aarti N. Anturkar ’14 tries to control her robot to pick up a wrench.

Vanessa Trevino—The Tech

Many artists are attracted to Bexley and adorn the resident hall with their works. Bexley is one of the few dorms on campus that allows students to paint the walls.

Vanessa Trevino—The Tech

The mailroom at Bexley Hall with a composition of the 2006 residents and other quotes.

Vanessa Trevino—The Tech

A resident of Bexley checks her email at Jonathan, the athena computer, while reading a sentimental letter sent out by another resident. The letter expressed the influence Bexley has had in his life and will continue to have over the next three years; the hall houses a close-knit family at MIT.

Vanessa Trevino—The Tech

A walkway has been created behind Bexley Hall due to construction machinery and scaffolding in place.

Emily Kellison-Linn—The Tech

Kyle D. Bowman ‘14 tries to measure the magnetic field in the brain of Tim the Beaver.

Brandon Le

Bexley students congregated in their basement on Wednesday night to discuss the future of the Bexley community.

Vanessa Trevino—The Tech

The Space Center lounge in the Bexment, Bexley’s basement, is a common space where students come together. Some of the murals date back to the 1970s and 80s. Many MIT alumni have fond memories of the Bexment and come back to see how recent students have added art to its walls.