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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Koyel Bhattacharyya ’09, Elizabeth E. Turner ’10, and Amudha Panneerselvam ’10 sing “Lady Marmalade,” originally performed by Labelle, at Saturday’s Resonance concert in 10-250.



Heather A. Levites ’08 practices with the rest of MIT Dance Troupe during the group’s Tuesday fall concert rehearsal. The group will be performing tonight through Sunday in Kresge Little Theatre.



Rachel W. Shearer ’08 performs the “Resident Evil Dance of the Dead,” choreographed by Estevan M. “Milo” Martinez ’08 as part of MIT Dance Troupe’s fall concert. The group will be performing tonight through Sunday in Kresge Little Theatre.



Elleard W. Heffern ’07 and Matthew S. Cohen ’10 perform a dance by Aimee K. Beasley ’08 as part of MIT Dance Troupe’s fall concert. The group will be performing tonight through Sunday in Kresge Little Theatre.



MIT Dance Troupe performs the “Candyman” dance by Heather A. Levites ’08 as part of the group’s fall concert. The group will be performing tonight through Sunday in Kresge Little Theatre.



Jessica K. Lee ’08 performs a dance by Diana T. Lusk ’08 as part of MIT Dance Troupe’s fall concert. The group will be performing tonight through Sunday in Kresge Little Theatre.



MIT Dance Troupe performs “Collaborative Dance” as part of MIT Dance Troupe’s fall concert. The group will be performing tonight through Sunday in Kresge Little Theatre.



Kathryn H. Matlack ’08 preforms the “Beautiful Soul” duet with soloist Praveen Subramani ’10 (right) in Friday’s MIT/Wellesley Toons concert in 10-250.



Ali Rucker of Wellesley College performs “Where Does the Good Go?” in Friday’s MIT/Wellesley Toons concert in 10-250.



The screening of the Darfur documentary film “The Devil Came on Horseback” was followed by a panel discussion featuring (left to right) Nasredeen Abdulbari, human rights scholar from the University of Khartoum; Charlie Clements, president and CEO of Unitarian Universalist Service Committee; and event organizer Kayvan Zainabadi G.


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