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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Photos by Brian D. Hemond


Third Eye Blind performs on a small stage at the back of Johnson, opposite the main performance stage, to better reach all of the attendees who showed up to the concert late. Third Eye Blind was the headline band for the annual Spring Weekend concert, held April 25 in Johnson Athletic Center.



Howie Day sings “She Says” as part of an acoustic set he performed during MIT’s annual Spring Weekend concert, held Friday, April 25 in Johnson Athletic Center.



Heather A. Levites ’08 and Adlai R. Grayson ’08 step through a routine in “Perfect Sense,” a piece choreographed by Grayson and Adam Kho ’08 in MIT Dance Troupe’s annual spring show, entitled Summer Nights. The show runs through Sunday, May 11 in Kresge Little Theatre.



Gregory D. Tao ’10, winner of the 2.007 robotics competition “Da(yes)MIT,” is carried on a victory lap by Utilikilt-wearing Professor Alexander H. Slocum, last night in the Johnson Athletic Center.



Chris Liu ’10 (center), and Chukwuka C. Mbagwu ’11 (right) dance in a piece entitled “Candy and Caprice,” choreographed by Alexandra M. Beyer ’10, Jason A. Scott ’10, Kamo Jurn ’10, Tarikh C. Campbell ’09, Thaddeus R. Cybulski ’10. MIT Dance Troupe will run its annual spring show, this year called Summer Nights, in Kresge Little Theatre through Sunday, May 11.



Hannah J. Hsieh ’09 dances in a piece called “Tell Me Something Good” in the MIT Dance Troupe’s annual spring concert, this year entitled Summer Nights and held in Kresge Little Theatre. The piece was choreographed by Elizabeth Kwack, Heather A. Levites ’08 and Jessica D. Luttkus ’08.



Jessica D. Luttkus ’08 strikes a pose in “Heatwave,” a piece choreographed by Tarikh C. Campbell ’09, in MIT Dance Troupe’s annual spring show, this year entitled Summer Nights. The show runs through Sunday, May 11, in Kresge Little Theatre.



Dancers strike a pose at the end of “Greasy Bois & Girls,” a piece choreographed by Bettina H. Tso ’08, in MIT Dance Troupe’s annual spring show, entitled Summer Nights. The show, held in Kresge Little Theatre, runs through this Sunday, May 11.



2.007 winner Gregory D. Tao ’10 sets up his robot in the starting box. The annual 2.007 competition, this year entitled “Da(yes)MIT” or “Save the Baby Beavers,” was held last Wednesday and Thursday, May 7 and 8, in the Johnson Athletic Center.



Jacob G. Latcham ’09 concentrates on steering his robot, intending to dump the “trees” he harvested from the “forest” into the “river.” The annual 2.007 competition, this year entitled “Da(yes)MIT” or “Save the Baby Beavers,” was held last Wednesday and Thursday, May 7 and 8, in the Johnson Athletic Center.


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