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Courtesy of Wu-Tang Clan

American hip-hop group Wu-Tang Clan are expected to release their new album A Better Tomorrow this year.

Gene Schiavone

Boston Ballet performing Études as a part of their new show, Pricked.

Lawrence J. Krakauer

Reconstruction of the sign and pusher design used to carry out the hack.

Christelle Perrin

Nearly every seat was taken at the Graduate Student Council’s General Council meeting in 2-105 last Wednesday. GSC representatives voted sometimes with placards and sometimes with clickers.

Courtesy of Foster The People

California indie pop band Foster The People performed at House of Blues last Friday

Jessica L. Wass—The Tech

A large portion of the sidewalk in front of the Student Center was blocked off on Monday as a construction crew began renovations to the area.

Sherry Ren—The Tech

Students in the 2.007 GoCart section wait to parade around the competition field during the 2.007 competition last Thursday.

Landon Carter—The Tech

Clare M. Zhang ‘16 is presented her award after winning the 2.007 competition last Thursday by professors Sangbae Kim (left), and Amos Winter (right).

Landon Carter—The Tech

Adrian C. Samsel ‘16 controls his robot in the annual 2.007 robotics competition last Thursday.

Christopher A. Maynor—The Tech

Michael R. Klinker ’14, a volunteer pilot for those who did not want to pilot their own aircraft, takes a team’s plane for one of its many laps around the circuit.

Christopher A. Maynor—The Tech

One of the competitors in the Unified Engineering Flight Competition zips ahead.

ChristopHer A. Maynor—The Tech

Team members celebrate the successful completion of five consecutive laps during the Unified Engineering Flight Competition.

Christopher A. Maynor—The Tech

A student prepares his team’s aircraft before takeoff during the Unified Engineering Flight Competition. It occurred last Thursday, May 8 in Johnson Athletic Center.

Landon Carter—The Tech

Joshua C. Born’s ‘16 robot duo sits in the starting block in the first match of the 2.007 robotics competition, which took place last Thursday in the Johnson Ice Rink.

Sherry Ren—The Tech

Professor Amos Winter explains the 2.007 MITSKI Competition rules to the audience last Thursday, May 8.

Landon Carter—The Tech

Emma M. Steinhardt ‘16 troubleshoots a connectivity issue with her robot prior to a match in the 2.007 robotics competition last Thursday in the Johnson Ice Rink.

Christopher A. Maynor—The Tech

Olivier L. de Weck PhD ’01, Professor of Aeronautics and Astronautics and Engineering Systems, was the event’s emcee for the night, introducing teams and explaining the engineering concepts behind each event.

Sujoy Kumar Chowdhury—The Tech

Two young scientists watch as a marker’s ink is separated into its components in a procedure called chromatography after a presentation hosted by MIT’s Marerials Science and Engineering Department last Saturday, May 10, in Kresge Auditorium. The department presented on ‘Materials with Magical Properties’ and conducted on-stage demonstrations in which elementary, middle and high school students could volunteer.

Christopher A. Maynor—The Tech

Some teams chose to install photovoltaic panels onto their planes to take advantage of the option to recharge batteries after the speed mission and before the endurance mission.