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PATRICK BARRAGAN

Maryann Gong ’17, recently named NCAA Division III Women’s Track Athlete of the Year, runs at a national meet on March 13.

ALEXANDER C. BOST—THE TECH

Alexander C. Klein ’15 bats the ball after a diving save by Thomas F. Leech ’18 kept the point alive during a game against Lehman College on Friday, April 3. The game was part of the Scramble Tournament, which MIT dominated, winning all four of its games 3-0.

LANDON CARTER—The Tech

MIT’s Constructs gives a colorful show.

LANDON CARTER—The Tech

MIT Bhangra dancers (from left) Keerti Shukla ’15, Nikita K. Kodali ’17, and Aneesh M. Anand ’17 perform.

CHRISTOPHER A. MAYNOR—The Tech

Ruth Westheimer signs copies of the newest edition of her book, Sex for Dummies, after a discussion about sex in the modern day last Thursday evening. Almost 87 years old and just 4 feet 7 inches tall, Westheimer gave a spirited talk about topics including loving relationships, premature ejaculation, and sexual assault.

jane flavell collins

Assistant U.S. Attorney Aloke Chakravarty, one of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s prosecutors, gives his closing arguments on Monday.

LANDON CARTER—The Tech

Phunk Phenomenon Urban Dance Theatre performs at Footwork.

LANDON CARTER—The Tech

Katrina Mikofalvy ’18 (right) dances with MIT’s Fixation dance troupe.

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Langston E. Fitts ’16 leads MIT’s Ridonkulous in a number on Friday night.

LANDON CARTER—The Tech Langston E. Fitts ’16 roars during the closing number by MIT’s Ridonkulous.