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Photos by Christian J. Ternus

Students work late on Sunday evening to finish a multiple-storey wooden tower in the East Campus courtyard. Traditionally, East Campus builds a variety of projects for Residence Exploration, which have in the past included a roller coaster, a water slide, and a giant pendulum.

East Campus residents and other freshmen ride a wooden spinning structure in the EC courtyard on Aug. 30. The ride was constructed by dorm residents for REX.

A group of freshmen compete against upperclassmen during the Kick-Off! orientation event on Sunday in Kresge. The game involved stuffing a bag with clothes and a person, then rolling the combination to the finish line.

Chao He ’12, dressed as Willy Wonka, announces the victory of the orientation leaders over a group of freshmen in a game involving stuffing a cloth bag with blankets and a person, then rolling the combination down to the finish line. The game was part of the Kickoff! orientation event held Sunday evening in Kresge.

Kendra L. Pugh G grabs an East Campus “burning man” LED “throwie” used as a decoration during REX on Aug. 30.

Joshua S. Bails ’11 dances in front of East Campus’ wall of CRT computer monitors on Aug. 30 during REX.

Grace M. Kane ’11 (Romeo) and Allison M. Schneider ’13 (Mercutio) star in the MIT Shakespeare Ensemble’s production of Romeo and Juliet.

Allison M. Schneider ’13 (Mercutio) and Katherine A. Roe ’14 (Tybalt) share an intimate moment in MIT Shakespeare Ensemble’s production of Romeo and Juliet.

The new Senior House housemasters, Jagruti S. Patel ’97 (left) and Antony N. Donovan ’94, met with The Tech last Friday in their housemasters’ suite to discuss their new positions.

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