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Last Published: May 7, 2015
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Melissa Renée Schumacher—The Tech

Don Armado, portrayed by the Melissa Nussbaum Freeman for the MIT Shakespeare Ensemble, intimidates his audience during a dress rehearsal of Love’s Labour’s Lost, which runs March 19 through March 22.

May 7, 2015
Virtual reality has always been framed as the next big thing in gaming, but if the United Nations has anything to do with it, it will be the next big thing in humanitarian aid.
May 7, 2015
I recall a conversation I had with a friend about the future directions of Kendrick Lamar’s music career about six months after his first studio album Good Kid, M.A.A.D City was released. The album was a cohesive, thoughtful exploration of teenage life in Compton, and fans and critics alike received it as a defining album for hip-hop. Where could Kendrick possibly go from here to avoid being cast as a one-trick pony? It was clear Kendrick had the potential for rap greatness, but it was unclear whether this would be the sort of iconic status enjoyed by Jay Z or the niche appeal and recognition enjoyed by Nas.
May 7, 2015
Boston Ballet’s Edge of Vision, a three-part performance featuring original choreography and eclectic music, grips its audience with stunning sensory detail.
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