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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Guest conductor Frank Battisti of the New England Conservatory (NEC) Wind Ensemble directs at the MIT Wind Ensemble at their annual concert on Friday night. Battisti founded the NEC Wind Ensemble 30 years ago and is considered one of the world’s foremost authorities on wind music literature.



An Evening with Champions at Harvard, April 16.



MIT Open Ballroom Dance Competition, April 24.



Genius grant for graviational wave detection, Oct. 8.



Vivian A. Lee ’12 and Cynthia S. Lu ’12 improvised to the song “Singing Song” as part of the Asian Dance Team at the Association of Taiwanese Students Lunar New Year Festival on Sunday, Feb. 6.



WeiYang Sun ’11 dazzles the crowd with his Chinese Yo-Yo skills at the Association of Taiwanese Students Lunar New Year Festival on Sunday, Feb. 6.



Ruobing Lu ’14 performed a traditional Dai dance to the song “Bamboo Wave.” The Dai people are one of several ethnic groups in China. The performance was part of the Taiwanese Students Lunar New Year Festival on Sunday, Feb. 6.



The Englishmen and Armand (from left: Cyril Lan ’11, Daniel A. Heins ’14, WeiYang Sun ’11, Dominic D. Gallegos ’13) join swords to undermine the French Republic in Next Act’s production of The Scarlet Pimpernel. The show will be playing in Next House today and Saturday at 8:00 p.m.



Shelley Parker (Karen A. Hart ’11) makes first contact with Bat Boy (Steven L. Camina G) after he is brought in by Sheriff Reynolds (Edmund Golaski ’99) during MTG’s rendition of Bat Boy: The Musical on Thursday in Little Kresge.



Stasey Vishnevetsky ’12 hits a backhand shot during the women’s tennis match against Tufts University on Friday at the du Pont Tennis Courts. The Engineers lost the match 9-0 against a strong Tufts team.


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