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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Photos by Aviv Ovadya

Guy Fawkes (Chris Smith ’12) presents the Idol of Athena to King Phillip of Spain (Noel Morales ’12) and his translating nurse (Elaina Present ’12). The Shakespeare Ensemble’s William Shakespeare: Raider of the Lost Folio was written and performed in 24 hours.

Students take a 7.013 test in Walker memorial on Wednesday morning. This was the first week of exams for many students.

Compost bins now accompany trash and recycling bins in Lobby 10.

A windmill is seen on the eastern outskirts of central Amsterdam.

Motorcycles and bicycles are parked outside of Centraal Station in Amsterdam.

Prefrosh learn to fold modular cubical structures during Firehose, sponsored by the Educational Studies Program. Classes were taught from 11 p.m. to 3 p.m. on Thursday and covered topics such as Lagrangian mechanics and literary theory.

Three Indonesian street artists, Popo, Bujangan Urban and Rharharha, were brought in from Jakarta to create billboards for the 2010 “Night Festival” in Singapore. In addition to the traditional spray paint, they used multicolored duct tape to create strong lines and expand into the surrounding area.

This interactive artwork at the Singapore Night Festival is called the “The World’s Slowest SMS Billboard.” Workers ran around frantically, hoisting and placing human sized cardboard letters onto the front of the five story structure to spell out amusing messages texted to them by the wandering crowd.

President Susan J. Hockfield congratulates the doctoral candidates at the doctoral hooding ceremony on June 3 in Rockwell Cage.

A macroburst, a large downdraft of hurricane force winds, hit the Esplanade during Sunday’s tumultuous thunderstorm. Over 30 trees sustained significant damage and cleanup crews were brought in to remove the debris.

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