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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Photos by Aditi Verma


Adam Kerry Boyles, music director, conducts “Southern Harmony” by Donald Grantham during MITSO’s concert “Eroica” on Dec. 5 in Kresge.



MIT students take to the runway on Nov. 9 in Walker for the annual KATwalk, a benefit fashion show organized by the sisters of Kappa Alpha Theta featuring clothes from stores on Newbury Street, the Prudential Center, and Harvard Square.



(left to right) Kathleen A. Clark-Adams ’10 and Adam J. Goldstein ’09, officers of the MIT Debate Team, speak at a public debate on Wednesday evening in 4-270. The debate focused on whether Independent Living Groups should be granted immunity if they call for help when students get sick at parties. Student rights and trust in the administration were the dominant issues in the round.



His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama, Tenzin Gyatso, addresses a packed Kresge Auditorium on April 30 at the inaugural event of The Dalai Lama Center of Ethics and Transformative Values, a venture under MIT’s Office of Religious Life.



Korean drummers lead the march at an anti-war protest in Washington D.C. on March 20. The protest against the war in Iraq and Afghanistan was organized by the Act Now to Stop War and Racism coalition and Party for Socialism and Liberation).



Protesters gather in front of the Capitol building on March 20 to oppose the new health care bill, which was signed into law later that week.



Members of the MIT Raas team dons traditional Rajasthani attire and regale the crowd with their energetic performance at Rishtey, the South Asian American Students Club’s culture show on Friday.



Jackson L. Prestwood ’13 gets his revenge as he throws a fistful of gulaal, colored powder, on Raghu Mahajan ’11 during the Holi celebrations, organized by the Hindu Students Council, on Saturday. Holi, a Hindu festival, celebrates the victory of good over evil.



Participants in the IDEAS competition explain their ideas to one of the judges in Lobby 10 on Monday. The IDEAS competition, organized by the Public Service Center, promotes innovations with a focus on public service.



Below: Joseph E. Lemberg ’11 and Aaron N. Flores ’12 mud wrestle during Steer Roast on Saturday. Steer Roast, an annual weekend-long event hosted by Senior House, features meat and performances by a number of bands, in addition to mud wrestling matches.


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