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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Photos by Melissa Renée Schumacher


(right to left) Illan F. Halpern ‘14, Steven B. Fine ‘15, Ariel Schvartzman ‘15 and Jesse D. Kirkpatrick ‘15 shave their beards during a Hillel barbecue on Sunday, after growing them for a month to raise money for charity. They raised $750 for various Jewish and Israeli charities.




Members of the MIT community enjoy the Feast at Steer Roast this past Saturday. The weekend-long event, hosted by Senior House, included mud-wrestling and musical performances by various bands.




Rohun Kulkarni ’15 and Priya Garg ’15 play life-sized Connect Four in front of W20 on Monday in front of the Student Center. The game was constructed by Clowns@MIT.




The MIT Folk Dance Club held a contra dance on Tuesday night in Lobdell on the second floor of the Student Center. Contra dances will be held in the student center every Tuesday night through October.




The Berklee P-Funk Ensemble performs at the Berklee BeanTown Jazz Festival held in Boston this past Saturday. Other performers included The Bell Afair, the Rick DiMuzio Quintet, and the Berklee Global Jazz Ambassadors.




Chefs prepare rolls and other assorted items at Avana Sushi, a sushi joint in Chinatown with a wide variety of options on its menu.




Paola Cappellaro (left), an associate professor in the Department of Nuclear Science and Engineering and Susan J. Hockfield (right), the former President of MIT, share insights during an interdisciplinary panel on women in academia. Hosted by Undergraduate Women in Physics on Wednesday evening in 10-250, the panel featured four female professors and was held in honor of Pressor Dresselhaus’s contributions to women and junior faculty.




MIT Police and the Department of Facilities held a ceremony on Friday morning outside the Stata Center to dedicate a memorial stone in honor of Officer Sean Collier.




The Green Building was lit up for the occasion.




Police and emergency personnel were on hand in Boston after the game, stationed as far away as Massachusetts Avenue.



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