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Jax Kirtley

Rod (Andrew W. Koche ’14), Nicky (Holly Constant and David Wright), Gary Coleman (Chamille J. Lescott ’16), Christmas Eve (Thao Nguyen), and Brian (Josh Cough) in Avenue Q.

Steven Keating

A perspective view of the completed Silk Pavilion and the basic research exhibit focusing on fiber density distribution studies.

Jax Kirtley

Christmas Eve (Thao Nguyen), and Kate Monster (Caroline B. Aronoff ’15) in Avenue Q.

Jax Kirtley

From left: Kate Monster (Caroline B. Aronoff ’15), Nicky (David Wright), and Princeton (Matthew S. Peairs G) in the MIT Musical Theater Guild’s production of Avenue Q.

Steven Keating

A Bombyx mori silkworm deposits silk fiber on a digitally-fabricated scaffolding structure.

Image courtesy of Forest city Enterprises

Plans for a new pharmaceutical building abutting Random Hall were approved by the Cambridge Planning Board on Tuesday. Above is a rendering of the block presented to the Board. The building will replace the eateries on the 300 block of Massachusetts Ave., which have already closed.

Courtesy of the Museum of Fine Arts

The exterior of the Art of the Americas Wing at the Museum of Fine Arts.

Jessica L. Wass—The Tech

Signs announcing a public hearing on the 300 Massachusetts Avenue project were placed on buildings along the whole 300 block. All of the businesses facing Mass. Ave on this block are now closed.