Photos by Jasmine Florentine
Nozomi Ando leads the song “O del mio dolce ardor” by Christoph Willibald von Gluck during the Chamber Chorus concert on Friday, November 20.
Jason S. Ku G sings “Nina” by Giovanni Battista Pergolesi during the Chamber Chorus concert on Friday, November 20.
Much to the delight of East Campus residents, the promise of a horse riding event during last weekend’s Bad Ideas Competition was not, in fact, a joke. Dominika Nawrot is seen here riding a horse in McDermott Court on Saturday. Bad Ideas is a series of quirky IAP events that encourage their organizers to forgo “requirements and ‘good engineering practice.’”
“Pythagoras” is one of three musical installations in the Kendall T station, all of which have fallen into disrepair. Its bells are tuned to B-minor and produce a mellow tone with subtle vibrato.
A new SafeRide television has been installed behind the Student Center. Only its casing was visible for most of the week.
Butterflies rest in the Biodome in Montreal, Canada. Unlike in most zoos, the majority of animals in the Biodome are uncaged.
On Saturday, Boston participated in the Second Annual International Pillow Fight Day along with over 150 other cities around the world. Organized by Banditos Misteriosos, the event attracted over 1,500 people with pillows to Cambridge Commons to engage in glorious battle with their fluffily armed brethren.
Wile E. Coyote mural: If you try walking between Building 7 and 9 on the third floor, you’ll find you may meet the same fate as the beloved coyote. What’s on the other side of the tunnel? You could use TNT to find out.
Barker Engineering Library: Located directly beneath the Great Dome, the engineering library offers a place to sit, study, or snooze.
Kendall T station: The Kendall subway station takes MIT students into the heart of Boston, as well as to the city’s large train station at South Station. The musical structure hanging over the rails is currently being repaired by a team of MIT students.
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