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Photos by Jingyun Fan

Ana Lyons ’12 studies Frida Kahlo’s “Fulang-Chang and I” in New York’s Museum of Modern Art.

The Chorallaries sang “Defying Gravity” at Take Back the Night in Stata on Monday. The event kicked off Sexual Assault Awareness Week, which continues with a screening of The Line today.

The dance group PROject Nailz film a video for Ke$ha’s “Never Know About Love.” From left to right: Stephanie S. Shim ’10, Cindy Ko (Tufts ’12), Sarah Elentukh (BU ’10), Amelia Laughton ’06, and Tovah Heller (Cornell ’03).

Patrick C. McDaniel ’13 snoozes in the tent he constructed in front of East Campus desk on Sunday. McDaniel was hoping to be first in line for IHOP, East Campus’ monthly free breakfast event. McDaniel was indeed the first to get breakfast that day.

Members of Atapo Quichalan demonstrate the drip irrigation system to nearby communities in the Andes mountains on Jan. 24. The system was developed in a joint effort by members of MIT’s D-Lab and members of Atapo Quichalan.

Students, mostly from East Campus and Random Hall, demanded more input into the dining reform process during a protest in Lobby 7 on Friday, the second day of Campus Preview Weekend. The event was organized by the Campaign for Students.

Sticky notes protesting proposed changes to Campus Dining were posted on pillars in Lobby 7. Protesters are concerned that student input is not being considered in designing the new dining plan.

Kirsch auditorium was packed for the 100K Pitch Contest Finals. Twelve teams had 60 seconds each to pitch their ideas. More audience members watched real-time streaming from a separate room.

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