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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Students work hard as well as fool around during Habitat for Humanity’s annual Cardboard House Building Competition behind Kresge Auditorium on Friday. Students constructed miniature houses out of cardboard and duct tape, which were judged at the end of the day by a panel of Course 4 professors. The Cardboard House Building Competition is part of Habitat for Humanity’s Campus Build event, designed to raise awareness about the global housing crisis.



Vivian Lee ’12 of the Asian Dance Team performs a Chinese ribbon dance at I-Fair, hosted by the International Students Association, on Friday. I-Fair gives international culture groups at MIT a chance to present a little piece of the culture they represent.



Students eagerly explore the insides of a MV-22 Osprey. The tilt-rotor helicopter landed on Briggs Field and visited other Boston landmarks on Monday as part of Marine Week Boston.



Family and friends of the Class of 2010 filled Killian Court to watch Commencement festivities. A total of 912 undergraduate students and 1443 graduate students received their diplomas on Friday.



SaveTFP’s annual Spooky Skate is all about dressing up and having fun on ice. The event took place on Saturday night at Johnson Ice Rink.



Nightmarket visitors gather to watch Chinese Yo-yo performances on Saturday night in Lobdell. Nightmarket is an annual festival held by Asian culture clubs on campus.



Danielle Marie ’14 scattered leaves on the runway as she showed off an outfit from Free People at KATwalk. KATwalk, hosted by Kappa Alpha Theta, took place in Walker Memorial on Monday night.



Team Instinct faces off against Team Believe the Hype in the finals of the Halo: Reach event at the Major League Gaming (MLG) competition in Providence, RI over the weekend. Instincts went on to become the MLG 2011 national champions, taking away a prize purse of $100,000.



Astronaut Timothy J. Creamer MS ’92 tells the audience at Ring Premiere that the Class of 2012 Brass Rat has traveled to the International Space Station. The Brass Rat was launched into space on Feb. 8, aboard Space Shuttle Endeavor.



Professor Peter A. Diamond PhD ’63, an Institute Professor in the Department of Economics, is under consideration to join the Federal Reserve’s Board of Governors. Diamond joined MIT as an assistant professor in 1966 and is known for his work in optimal taxation.


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