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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Preethi Vaidyanathan ’15 and Diego A. Giraldez ’15



Nisha S. Dalvie ’16






Part of Random Hall’s façade recently came loose on Wednesday, March 6, and the rest will need serious repair. The white-painted brick wall, once the interior wall between 282 Massachusetts Avenue and a building formerly attached to it, will also need to be braced since it was never intended to be an exterior wall. Repairs are planned to begin during Spring Break and are expected to continue for two to three weeks.



Mark Antony (Zachary D. Tribbett ’13, left) leads a Roman citizen (Salvador Esparza ‘14, right) out of a crowd to see Julius Caesar’s (Christopher D. Smith ‘13) body up close in the MIT Shakespeare Ensemble’s performance of “Julius Caesar.” The MIT Shakespeare Ensemble, composed of MIT students and community members who work together long-term to produce Shakespeare shows, are performing the play until March 23.



Brutus (Katie A. Roe ’14) discovers the body of a comrade in the MIT Shakespeare Ensemble’s performance of “Julius Caesar.”



The MIT Symphony Orchestra performed and recorded Igor Stravinsky’s “Rite of Spring” on Friday night, March 15, in Kresge auditorium.



Choose to Reuse was held on Thursday in the TSMC lobby of the Stata Center. Items that are no longer used can be donated rather than thrown away, and the donated items are then available for free to whomever wants them. The event is organized by Working Green at MIT, and held on the third Thursday of every month.



Two vintage P-51 Mustangs from the Air Force Heritage Flight Foundation flew over Fenway Park on Monday to mark the start of the Red Sox’s first home game of the season, against the Baltimore Orioles.


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