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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Photos by Greg Steinbrecher


A close up view of board number 121. Of note is the antenna at the top of the image; each pixel is independently controlled via wireless link. The larger black IC is a PIC24FJ32GA — an inexpensive micro controller similar to those found in the popular Arduino boards.



Residents of East Campus’ Fifth East provided a donations bin during their party Saturday night. Proceeds went to the Jimmy Fund, of which Officer Collier was a longtime supporter.




Residents of Next House left hand prints across a poster thanking the MIT Police Saturday night. Residents also wrote individual cards which were then delivered.




Students in Simmons Hall printed a gigantic MIT Police badge across hundreds of pieces of 8.5”x11” paper. The sheets were assembled and hung in Simmons Dining.







Misa Kuranaga holds a pose during her performance as the female half of Marius Peptia’s “Don Quixote Pas de deux.”




Dancers perform an excerpt from Christopher Bruce’s “Rooster,” which is set to the Rolling Stones songs “Paint it Black,” “Play With Fire,” and “Sympathy for the Devil.”




Painted entirely gold for his performance, Avetik Karapetyan performs Florence Clerc’s Golden Idol variation of Marius Pepita’s La Bayadère. Boston Ballet school students filled the supporting roles.




Lorna Feijóo and Yury Yanowsky perform the world premiere of Viktor Plotnikov’s “Swan.”



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