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Joan Jonas, The Shape, the Scent, the Feel of Things performance at Dia:Beacon, 2005.

Courtesy of Highland kitchen

Highland Kitchen offers a successful combination of eclectic menu and creative ambience.

Christopher A. Maynor—The Tech

Daniel B. Elitzer G (left) and Jeremy L. Rubin ’16 (right) want to give every MIT undergraduate $100 in bitcoin.

L. Barry Hetherington

MIT Professor Emeritus Joan Jonas, who has been chosen as the United States’ representative at the 56th International Art Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia.

Sherry Ren—The Tech

The big dome was lit in green this past week to highlight Hepatitis B Awareness Week at MIT. The virus is a leading cause of liver and cancer but is preventable and treatable. Screenings are covered for all students at MIT Medical.

Jessica L. Wass—The Tech

Kappa Sigma hosted the Nearly Naked Nearly Mile on April 19, where participants gathered outside the fraternity for snacks and a dunk tank before stripping off extra layers and running almost a mile through MIT’s campus. The clothes participants wore to the event were donated to the American Red Cross and all proceeds from the event went to the Sean A. Collier Self Sponsor Scholarship.

Melissa Renée Schumacher—The Tech

A couple participates in the MIT Open Ballroom Dance Competition, which was held on Saturday and Sunday at the Rockwell Cage. Dancers at beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels competed in Standard, Latin, Smooth, and Rhythm styles.