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GENE SCHIavone

Rie Ichikawa struggles in the embrace of black curtain during the performance of Jirí Kylián’s Bella Figura.

COURTESY OF UNIVERSAL MUSIC

Rhye performed most of the songs from their album Woman last Thursday at Boston’s Royale.

Eric Hao—The Tech

Marshall P. Wentworth ‘16 competes in the pole vault, finishing 7th with a height of 4.25 meters. His score contributed to MIT’s overall 1st place finish out of 26 teams at the New England Division III Indoor Track and Field Championships this past weekend.

Paul Rivenberg

Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren, along with MIT Nuclear Science and Enginering professor Anne White and Massachusetts Congressman Jay Livingstone (not pictured), prepare to officially restart Alcator C-Mod, a fusion research project at MIT’s Plasma Science and Fusion Center. The program was set to shut down at the beginning of the year, but funding was recently reintroduced by Congress.

COURTESY OF SONY PICTURES CLASSICS

Tim Jenison (right) tests an optical device that Vermeer may have used for painting.

Robert torres

Hazel Bock of Circus Oz juggles a table with her feet at Boston’s Citi Shubert Theatre.

Eric hao—The Tech

Andrew A. Busse ‘15 leaps over his opponents as he spikes the ball over the net. The Engineers overcame a deficit to clinch a 3-2 victory over UC Santa Cruz on Thursday night.

Sarah Liu—The Tech

Emily M. Salvador ‘16 and Molly J. Tracy ‘16 read a picture book to the audience amid a pile of toilet paper at the Chorallaries’ nth Anual Concert in Bad Taste on Saturday night.

Sujoy Kumar Chowdhury

Students use Lego bricks to create replicas of the Shaheed Minar, a national monument of Bangladesh, at an event hosted by the MIT Bangladeshi Students’ Association (MIT-BSA) in the Mezzanine Lounge of the Stratton Student Center last Saturday in observance of International Mother Language Day. First announced by UNESCO in 1999, this observance is held annually on February 21 worldwide to promote awareness of linguistic and cultural diversity.

Christopher A. Maynor—The Tech

Rambax MIT, MIT’s Senegalese drum ensemble, performs behind co-director and artist-in-residence Lamine Touré as he conducts the audience at “Pulse 2014: Feel The Beat.” The show was hosted by the MIT Black Students’ Union this Saturday evening and featured a wide variety of acts, from gospel choir to a reading of an excerpt from Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” speech.