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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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MIT alumni Arthur Lue and Yiqun Bai perform “Libertango.”



Eric Nielsen lifts Mandi Davis in a dance to music from the game The Legend of Zelda.



Jeff McCollum portrays The Phantom from The Phantom of the Opera in a dance to songs from the musical.



Students prepare to watch the presidential debate on Wednesday night in the Stata Center during an event hosted by The Forum, MIT’s political discussion group, in collaboration with MIT College Democrats and MIT College Republicans. Members of The Forum led discussions before and after the debate.



Frances K. Chen ’13, president of Medlinks.



Divya Srinivasan ’13 is one of the co-founders of the student support service Peer Ears, along with Emad Taliep ’14. Peer Ears aims to train students to help direct their peers to MIT mental health resources, and hopes to launch in the fall.



MIT has in the past recognized not only the importance of merit but also the significance of race and background.



MIT Bhangra performs in the Student Center in November 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 won the competition.



EdX President Anant Agarwal, former MIT CSAIL chief, in edX’s 11 Cambridge Center headquarters. Agarwal also taught MITx’s first course, 6.002x (Circuits and Electronics). On the whiteboard are edX design plans, and Pacman chases a ghost.


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