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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Photos by Landon Carter


Liana R. Ilutzi ’17 goes up for a layup against Simmons College on Wednesday night. MIT went on to win 47-23.




Hackers once again turned the Green Building into a game display for CPW. In 2011 the lights were set up to play Tetris, and this year, the building was lit with the popular game ‘2048’.




Members of East Campus Second West, known as “Putz”, spray liquid nitrogen into a large bowl at their CryoFAC event on Saturday to make ice cream for hungry prefrosh.




Guards scan the crowd as the indie pop band Capital Cities performs a lively set behind them.




The crowd goes wild as the Chicago-based DJ duo Flosstradamus blasts a bass-heavy medley of songs.




A large number of students streamed in to watch the performances at Springfest, especially for the last set by Flosstradamus.




The bassist for Scavenger Hunt performs on Saturday, April 26 for MIT’s annual SpringFest Concert.




Lead vocalist for Scavenger Hunt performs on Saturday, April 26 for MIT’s annual SpringFest Concert.




Adrian C. Samsel ‘16 controls his robot in the annual 2.007 robotics competition last Thursday.




Clare M. Zhang ‘16 is presented her award after winning the 2.007 competition last Thursday by professors Sangbae Kim (left), and Amos Winter (right).



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