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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Photos by Emily Kellison-Linn

Splash participants clap along to the rhythm of a song in a class led by members of the Chorallaries.

MIT Bhangra performs in the Student Center Friday night at Ring the Alarm, an annual dance competition held by Mocha Moves with competing teams coming from colleges all over the Boston area. MIT Bhangra ended up winning the competition.

Professor Donald Sadoway

A Student Art Association representative talks to potential customers at the SAA’s ceramic sale, held on Monday in Lobby 10. The sale featured ceramic sculptures and vessels by MIT students, faculty, and staff. The MIT Glass Lab also held a sale in Lobby 10. Both sales continue today.

Amita Gupta ’15 checks out the cacti sold by local artisan Dave Holmstead at the Holiday Vendor Fair last Tuesday. The annual event, sponsored by the Campus Activities Complex, featured several local vendors. Soaps, necklace charms, and scarves among other items were sold in the Student Center throughout the day.

Members of Techiya, MIT’s Jewish, Hebrew, and Israeli a cappella group, hold a community singing event outside LaVerde’s on Tuesday evening. Passers-by were invited to pick up music and sing along.

A large crowd gathers at the Harvard-MIT Math Tournament awards ceremony on Saturday evening in 26-100.

Candidates for the Undergraduate Association Presidential/Vice Presidential positions Thursday evening on the first floor of the student center in the official debate, co-hosted by the UA and The Tech. Sidhanth P. Rao ’14/Devin T. Cornish ’14, left, are running against Cory D. Hernandez ’14/John Kongoletos ’14, right.

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