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Sir Toby (Majdolene Z. Khweis ‘15), Sir Andrew (Colin C. Aitken ‘16), and Fabian (Samantha E. Harper ‘16) sneak behind Malvolio (David Perelman) in MIT Shakespeare Ensemble’s production of Twelfth Night.

COURTESY OF Sindri Már Sigfússon

Sindri Már Sigfússon, more commonly known as Sin Fang, was one of the Icelandic artists who performed at Middle East Restaurant and Nightclub as a part of Reykjavík Calling.

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Mekhi Phifer (photo) and Maggie Q, who play Max and Tori in the new science fiction movie Divergent, talked to The Tech about their filming experience during a college press roundtable.

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Ben Lloyd-Hughes, Zoe Kravitz, and Shailene Woodley star in Neil Burger’s new movie, Divergent.

COURTESY OF ICELAND NATURALLY

Jody Adams, the proprietor of Rialto, collaborated with the Icelandic Chef Hákon Örvarsson to offer various flavors of Nordic cuisine to Boston.

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Jason Bateman, the director and star of the new film Bad Words, chatted with The Tech during a college press roundtable.

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Boston Ballet presents the timeless fairy tale classic Cinderella from March 13 – 23.

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Daniel J. Stallworth ‘14 competes in the Eastern Collegiate Taekwondo Conference tournament hosted at Princeton University on March 9. With around 400 competitors, the MIT Sport Taekwondo Club came in second in the overall competition.

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An attendee examines “Untitled Drawings” by Emily W. Tow G at the Graduate Arts Soiree on the evening of Friday, March 14. Guests were greeted on the sixth floor of the Media Lab with over 30 works of art as well as performances by a live band.