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Log Cabin, Barn Raising Variation Quilt, attributed to Mrs. Herrick (American); American, Massachusetts, 1879; foundation pieced top of cotton and silk in variety of structures including silk velvet with silk embroidery, silk plain weave; backing quilted to unknown material; height x width: 191.8 x 190.5 cm (75 1/2 x 75 in.); Pilgrim/Roy Collection.

Courtesy of Museum of Fine Arts, BoSTON

Field of Diamonds Quilt; American (about 1860); pieced wool plain weave and twill (some printed); glazed cotton plain weave back, wool plain weave binding; quilted. Height x width: 226.1 x 194.9 cm (89 x 76 3/4 in.); Pilgrim/Roy Collection.

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Jude Law stars in Richard Shepard’s black comedy Dom Hemingway.

Aaron Beal

Daniel Chen ‘17 and Caset Crownhart ‘17 perform on behalf of the MIT Ballroom Dance Team at the Harvard Invitational. The Invitational was hosted by Harvard Ballroom Dance Team at the Hynes Convention Center from April 5 – 6.

Lenny Martinez

Jeffrey M. Sperling ’15 volleys the ball during a match against Clark University last Saturday. The men’s team defeated Clark 6-3 in its last home event of the season.

Landon Y. Carter—The Tech

Jenny J. Wei ‘15 performs in MIT Dramashop’s production of The Pillowman, written by Martin Mcdonagh and directed by Janet Sonenberg, during the dress rehearsal last Wednesday, April 9.

Landon Y. Carter—The Tech

Hackers lit up the Green Building with a ribbon on Tuesday night, in honor of the 1-year anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings and the death of MIT Officer Sean Collier.

Christopher A. Maynor—The Tech

The outside of Kresge was filled with upbeat music and cheers of encouragement as rowers from ​student and independent living group teams worked to raise money for Amphibious Achievement’s third annual Erg-A-Thon on Thursday. Amphibious Achievement raises money for programs that combine aquatic instruction and college preparatory training for urban youth. This year, $10,299 in donations were raised and over half a million meters were rowed by all teams.

Ryan J. Fish

Students of Next House designed and built a 100-foot zip-line for CPW in the Next House courtyard. Riders of the zip-line included prefrosh and undergrads, as well as Chris Colombo, the Dean of Student Life and Next House’s Housemaster.