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Boyko Dossev (center) performs in The Nutcracker.

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Album cover art of Bikini Daze, Danish singer Mø’s debut EP.

Grace Young—The Tech

Facade of Salts restaurant, located in Central Square.

Landon Carter

Liana R. Ilutzi ’17 goes up for a layup against Simmons College on Wednesday night. MIT went on to win 47-23.

Preeti Singhal

Camp Kesem colors of blue and green illuminated the top of the Prudential Tower last Monday night through 31 Nights of Light, a program created to help community organizations gain visibility during the holiday season. Camp Kesem is a student group that organizes a free summer camp for children of cancer patients.

Skanda Koppula—The Tech

Dance Troupe lights up the stage in Thursday’s show of DTWERK: a performance of student-choreographed hip-hop, tap, and contemporary dances. Additional performances will be held Friday at 7 p.m. and 10 p.m., and Saturday at 5 p.m. and 8 p.m.

Emily Kellison-Linn—The Tech

Geoffrey J. Supran G speaks about his passion for science at a panel discussion hosted by Fossil Free MIT on Thursday evening. During the event, panelists discussed the pros and cons of divesting from fossil fuel stocks as a strategy for fighting climate change. The discussion comes as Fossil Free MIT is calling for MIT to divest from fossil fuels.