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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Photos by Christina Kang


Members of MIT's Resonance do a cheer before opening the semi-finals of the International Championships of A Cappella held at Kresge Auditorium on Saturday, March 24.



Amherst College's oldest a cappella group, the Zumbyes, perform Michael Jackson's "Thriller." The Zumbyes ended by winning the ICCA New England Semi-finals.



Stephanie C. Chan '09 practices with her chamber group for the Chamber Music Society outside on the Kresge lawn on Sunday, taking advantage of the amazing weather.



DELHI, INDIA—A child plays in a wheelbarrow in a slum just outside of Delhi. MIT students sponsored by the Public Service Center traveled to Dehli to survey humanitarian efforts by the Deepalaya Non-Governmental Organization in the area. This photo is part of a series that showcases the summer adventures of Tech staff members.



Children in the slums outside Delhi, India overflow with laughter as they push for the prime spot in the photograph.



Flies cover the fruit in the slums outside Delhi, India.



A child in the slums outside Delhi, India plays in the trash that is his playground.



Students crowd around a touch-sensitive surface at the MIT Lincoln Laboratory booth at the 2008 Technology Fair on Monday in Rockwell Cage. Job seekers have had many opportunities in the past week, with the Technology Fair on Monday, the Tau Beta Pi career fair on Tuesday, and several banquets and information sessions since.



This engraving, a Chinese idiom, is located on the side of the Leshan Giant Buddha — the tallest stone Buddha statue in the world.



A giraffe grazes at Lake Manyara in Tanzania.


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