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Many of the people players meet are morally gray, desperate, or have gunshot wounds. Marlene, leader of a rebel group, is a trifecta. She gives Ellie a stern glare as she instructs her to travel with Joel.

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Emile Hirsch and Paul Rudd in Prince Avalanche.

Peter Lovino

Amber Heard and Liam Hemsworth in Paranoia.

David and Teresa Valier

Cameron Cogburn finishes the 100-mile Leadville MTB race in fourth place in six hours and 36 minutes.

East Campus/MIT Gateway Design Committee

One of the visions for the future of east campus. The Design Committee’s “Strategy 2A-Gateway as a Network” appears to replace Eastgate, which provides housing for graduate families, with a lab building.

Peter Lovino

Harrison Ford and Liam Hemsworth in Paranoia.

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Album cover art of Kae Sun’s second album, Afriyie.

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With the land rough and ammo rare, Joel often has to let his hands to the talking.

Kimberly French

Matt Damon in Elysium.

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Legendary kung fu master Ip Man (Tony Leung) in The Grandmaster.

East Campus/MIT Gateway Design Committee

One of the visions for the future of east campus. In this design, buildings appear to be connected by ground-level roofed walkways, a conceptual extension of the Infinite Corridor.

Glen Wilson

Ashton Kutcher portraying Steven Jobs in JOBS.

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Ghanaian-Canadian singer-songwriter Kae Sun.

East Campus/MIT Gateway Design Committee

One of the visions for the future of east campus. Several labs and an academic building overlook a “Grand Lawn” in this design.

Kimberly French

Crowe (Josh Blacker) throws Frey (Alice Braga) and her daughter (Emma Tremblay) into a supply room in Elysium.

David Sella—MIT news office

Professor Gang Chen

Jessica L. Wass—The Tech

Members of the Class of 2017 have already started arriving on campus for a variety of activities including pre-orientation programs and sports practices.

Jessica L. Wass—The Tech

After undergoing construction this summer that was crucial to structural integrity, Random Hall opens its doors to old and new students alike just in time for the new semester.