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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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1. Bastille frontman Dan Smith thrilled the crowd Sunday evening.

Jean H. Chang, PhD Candidate in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, received her doctoral hood from Chancellor Cynthia Barnhart PhD ’88 and department head David E. Hardt PhD ’78 in Johnson Athletic Center Thursday afternoon.

5. Death Cab for Cutie was the Saturday closer after the brief showers cleared.

Following a delay for severe weather, Lorde played a shortened fifty minute set on Saturday evening.

Sky Ferreira performed Saturday afternoon at Boston Calling, held in City Hall Plaza.

Nas co-headlined the festival with The Roots and played the closing slot on Sunday evening.

Childish Gambino closed out the Saturday lineup of the festival, also playing a shortened set due to the severe weather delay.

EECS undergraduates work in the new EECS Undergraduate Student Lounge on Tuesday. The lounge, located on the first floor of Building 36, opened at the beginning of October and includes rooms for individual study, networking, and conferences.

A large photo of Professor Silvio Micali appeared in the skylight of 32­-123 yesterday, the day of his last 6.006 lecture of the semester.

A hack appeared in Lobby 7 early Monday morning. Ribbons of black and orange planes spelled out “DTYD,” publicizing the annual party by the same name to be hosted by the Burton Third Bombers this upcoming Sunday.

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