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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Photos by ARTHUR PETRON


Spring Break at MIT.



Rebecca J. Heywood ’12 presents her team’s design for a build-it-yourself night light on Wednesday, March 4 as part of 2.00B (Toy Product Design). Each team got a chance to present four ideas that centered around this year’s theme, “The Arts.”



Forward Liz Theurer 10 successfully bounces a kick away from two Wheaton pursuers during a home game on Tuesday. The Engineers ultimately fell to the Lyons 2-0 during the shutout.



MIT Natya members perform Sakti: Women of Power in Little Kresge on Feb. 15.



Qiaodan Jin Stone ’13 reads the tab to the table she is waiting on at Deli Haus. The wait-staff at Deli Haus are usually dressed in a punk style.



Benjamin A. Lewis ’13 scores in the second quarter against two Brandeis defenders on Wednesday. The Engineers defeated Brandeis 2-1.



An HDR capture of W59 as seen at sunset. The building is newly adorned with scaffolding, and exterior work is being done. W59 currently houses the ROTC, Campus Dining, Housing, and Residential Life offices.



An impromptu memorial for Steve Jobs has sprung up on his granite tile in Kendall Square’s Entrepreneur Walk of Fame.



Housemasters Merritt Roe Smith and Bronywn Melquist at their apartment in Burton-Conner. This will be their last year as housemasters.



Work has been going on in Killian Court for the past several days in preparation for President Reif’s inauguration ceremony. There are special events this entire week culminating in the presidential inauguration on Friday.


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