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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Photos by Ho Yin Au


A dancer performs the Kaliya Nartana dance, which demonstrated the story of how Lord Krishna conquered the poisonous serpent Kaliya and danced on its head.




MIT Chamak, a female South Asian fusion dance team, kneels in darkness during a set filled with otherwise upbeat moments.




MIT’s Graduate Student Bollywood Dance Team performs at Diwali Night.




Tuft’s JumboRass dances to a blend of traditional Gujarati garb music and modern beats.




MIT Bhangra performs a high-energy Punjabi folk dance.




A member of the MIT Ohms sings during the show.




MIT President L. Rafael Reif, along with Provost Martin A. Schmidt PhD ’88, Chancellor Cynthia Barnhart PhD ’88, and members of the Phi Delta Theta fraternity complete the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge on Aug. 22.




MIT’s 148th Commencement was on Friday, June 6. Over 2,700 students graduated, receiving over 3,400 degrees.




Sailboats return in the waning light of a late October evening. A waxing crescent moon hangs brightly in the sky.




A memorial was placed on the Harvard Bridge for Joe Gage, a man who jumped into the Charles River in the early morning of New Year’s Day. A search was conducted by the Cambridge Fire Department, Boston Fire Department, and the State Police, but his body has not been found.


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