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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Photos by Lenny Martinez

Nolan J. Kruse ’17 blocks an incoming shot during Sunday’s game against Iona College. MIT won the match 11-5.

Molly C. McNamara ’16 dribbles the ball up the field during last Saturday’s game against Babson College in their last NEWMAC game of the regular season. The Engineers lost to Babson with a score of 1-3.

Molly C. McNamara ’16 dribbles the ball during the NEWMAC quarterfinal match against Mt. Holyoke College on Nov. 3. The Engineers lost to Mt. Holyoke 1-2, ending their 2015 season.

MIT Ridonkulous performs during Kappa Alpha Theta’s philanthropy event Go for the Gold. Go for the Gold, a series of “Minute-to-Win-it” style games, replaced KATwalk as the sorority’s signature event. Proceeds from the event all went to Court Appointed Special Advocates, a national network of volunteers who advocate on behalf of children in foster care.

A banner hung in Lobby 7 on Tuesday to commemorate the release of the post-apocalyptic role-playing game Fallout 4. The game had been in the works since 2009.

A scaled version of the house from the 2009 Disney-Pixar movie Up hangs in Lobby 7 on Saturday for the enjoyment of high school students on campus for ESP’s Splash.

Hackers hung a banner outside Lobby 7 to commemorate the death of David Bowie.

Hackers set up display in Lobby 7 on Monday to honor the death of English actor Alan Rickman, famous for his role as Severus Snape in the film adaptations of the Harry Potter series.

An orchestral tribute concert to David Bowie was held last Friday in Kresge Auditorium. The event was presented by MIT Music and Theater Arts in collaboration with Orange Mountain Music and Richard Guerin. All proceeds went to support the Koch Institute Frontier Research Fund for cancer research at MIT.

Late last night, students were working on setting up their installations for the annual MLK exhibit. The exhibit is a part of an IAP course, Martin Luther King, Jr. Design Seminar (17.922). This year’s exhibits address topics such as police brutality and lack of diversity at the Academy Awards.

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