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Lil B, the ‘Based God,’ embraces a warm welcome from a completely full lecture hall of MIT students last Friday in 32-123. Lil B, hosted by MIT’s Black Students’ Union, gave a lecture on Based Living.

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Steve Carell as John du Pont and Channing Tatum as Mark Schulz in Foxcatcher

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Anisha Gururaj ’15, Noam Angrist ’13, and Elliot Akama-Garren ’15 were each awarded a Rhodes Scholarship this past weekend, bringing MIT’s total number of winners to 49 since the scholarship’s founding in 1904. This is only the second time in the Institute’s history that MIT has claimed three recipients in a single year.

Vivian HU—The Tech

Amelia S. Brooks ’15 performs a solo during the annual fall concert held by The Chorallaries on Friday in 10-250.

Alexander C. Bost—The Tech

Brian A. Huang ’18 dives during a dual meet against Babson College and Bowdoin College on Saturday afternoon. The Engineers handily won the event with a score of 208-68 against Babson and 196-93 against Bowdoin.

Vivian HU—The Tech

Anika Gupta ’18 sings a solo at Resonance’s concert held Saturday evening in 10-250.

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Kathryn A. Gertz ’15 (left) and Sruthi A. Narayanan ’16 (right) perform a duet during Muses in Wonderland concert held Sunday night in 10-250.