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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Photos by Aditi Verma


Left: Beef is cooked over the pit at Steer Roast on Friday. The lighting of the pit (by tradition with a flaming ball of toilet paper) marks the beginning of Steer Roast, Senior House’s annual weekend long party with several hundred pounds of meat, music, and mud wrestling.



Ylaine L. Gerardin ’10 discusses the AA Bronson artwork with a fellow student. Gerardin entered the AA Bronson piece as her first choice in the List Visual Arts Center’s lottery.



The piano used in this year’s Baker House Piano Drop on April 23 is seen on the roof of the dormitory being prepared to be released.



Students are seen collecting pieces of the dropped piano as mementos after Baker House’s annual Piano Drop, which took place on Thursday, April 23 to commemorate Drop Date.



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



His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco featured his film, Antarctica 2009: A Continent in a State of Alert on Tuesday in 10-250. He spoke about his recent expedition to the South Pole, which was intended to draw attention to the effects of global warming on the continent.



Physics Professor Peter H. Fisher and Associate Professor Christoph M. E. Paus, emcees for the Physics Rock Concert in 54-100 on Sunday, attempt to wipe the audience’s memory at the end of the night. The Physics Rock Concert, organized by the Society of Physics Students, was attended by about 60 Course 8 students, faculty, and friends.


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