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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Photos by Greg Steinbrecher

Ethan Dawes of Super Mash Bros. mixes beats on his laptop during their performance at the Spring Weekend concert, where Super Mash Bros. opened for N.E.R.D. Dawes later ran around the stage with a video camera documenting the experience and filming bandmate Dick Fink dancing around the stage.

Allin D. Resposo ’11 hangs out with Super Mash Bros after winning the Spring Weekend Mashup Competition. Students submitted mashups for student voting, and Super Mash Bros. selected a winner from the top three to play during their concert.

A mix of students and Boston locals rock out to Super Mash Bros.’ mixes at the Spring Weekend concert on Friday. The crowd particularly enjoyed the mashups that the group produced live.

MIT students took a study break to watch N.E.R.D perform live on Friday evening in the Johnson Ice Rink for the Spring Weekend concert. N.E.R.D played a mix of their older songs and songs from their upcoming album, Nothing.

Students and visitors examine the pieces available at the MIT Glass Lab’s annual Mother’s Day sale yesterday afternoon. The sale is primarily staffed by students and staff of the Glass Lab, many of whom have pieces available for purchase. The sale will continue until 4 p.m today.

Michael Lo ’12 of hits a pike during MIT bboy crew Imobilare’s cypher at Tuesday night’s orientation event. Imobilare’s performance was part of a series of short exhibitions by MIT dance groups. The event, which showcased student groups, was known as “Tour de Tech” to fit with this orientation’s The Amazing Race theme.

Professor of Applied Physics Harry A. Atwater of the California Institute of Technology speaks about solar cell technology at Technology Review’s Emerging Technologies Conference at MIT on Thursday. Now in its tenth year, emTech@MIT is a three-day-long conference that brings together leaders in technology, engineering, investment, and management.

The Cambridge Fire Department responds to a chemical spill in 18-006 on Thursday evening. Building 18, the chemistry building, was designed by I.M. Pei and constructed in the 1960s.

After several days of on-and-off service, the Burton-side elevator in Burton-Conner House broke down Saturday night, trapping students inside. The Cambridge fire department managed to free them within 20 minutes.

Ben Thompson ’13 (left) and another protester explain why they are protesting Pfc. Bradley Manning’s imprisonment and impending court marshal to a group of freshmen. Thompson and about 15 others were demonstrating outside of 77 Mass Ave from about noon to 5 p.m. on Sunday. Manning has been imprisoned since May on charges that he leaked classified government information to the website Wikileaks.

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