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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Photos by Corey J. Kubber


Forward Christian W. Therkelsen ’11 evades Babson sophomores Jimmy Stent and Ryan Obolewicz during the Engineers’ 2-4 loss on Saturday at Steinbrenner Stadium. Therkelsen was double-teamed throughout the game, but he still managed a goal and an assist.



Audience members dance as MIT students (on stage from left) Burkay Gür ’11, Serdar Karatekin ’10, Tess E. Smidt ’12, Xavier R. González ’10, and Robert A. Drenkhahn ’12 of Flamenco fusion group Capricho perform in the Mezzanine Lounge on the third floor of the Stratton Student Center on Friday. The concert was part of a series of performances by MIT students’ music groups sponsored by the MIT Live Music Connection.



Wellesley College’s AscenDance was one of many performing groups at the MIT/Wellesley Toons Concert for a Cure, which took place Saturday night in 10-250. It was the 4th annual Multiple Sclerosis benefit concert hosted by the Toons, and they raised over $1,700 for the Accelerated Cure Project, which conducts research aimed at understanding and curing the disease.



The Dance Organization of Boston College (DOBC) was one of many performing groups at the MIT/Wellesley Toons Concert for a Cure, which took place Saturday night in 10-250. It was the 4th annual Multiple Sclerosis benefit concert hosted by the Toons, and they raised over $1,700 for the Accelerated Cure Project, which conducts research aimed at understanding and curing the disease.



A crowded 10-250 watches as the Harvard Din & Tonics perform at the MIT/Welllesley Toons Concert for a Cure, which took place Saturday night in 10-250. It was the 4th annual Multiple Sclerosis benefit concert hosted by the Toons, and they raised over $1,700 for the Accelerated Cure Project, which conducts research aimed at understanding and curing the disease.



Leslie S. Nachbar ’10 of the MIT/Wellesley Toons sings “Thank You” by Boyz II Men during the MIT/Wellesley Toons Concert for a Cure, which took place Saturday night in 10-250. It was the 4th annual Multiple Sclerosis benefit concert hosted by the Toons, and they raised over $1,700 for the Accelerated Cure Project, which conducts research aimed at understanding and curing the disease.



Senior captains Alexandra T. May and Barden E. Cleeland leap to block a spike by U.S. Coast Guard Academy’s Nicole Johnson in the NEWMAC women’s volleyball semi-finals last Friday at Rockwell Cage. The seniors each finished the match with 3 blocks, contributing to the Engineers’ 25-19, 25-20, 25-21 victory. On Saturday, the Engineers lost in the NEWMAC Championship match to Wellesley College, leaving MIT as the runner-up for the second time in three years.


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