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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Rachael A. Holmes ’11 smoothly displays her ending pose, finishing her the floor exercise at the women’s gymnastics meet on Saturday in the duPont Athletic Center. MIT lost the meet against SUNY Brockport, 187.6–182.15.

Kevin Dong Gyun Woo ’12 plays the cello in Joseph Haydn’s Symphony No. 102. Woo was the principal player for both Hadyn’s piece and John Harbison’s Canonical American Songbook.

The MIT Symphony Orchestra performed Carl August Nielsen’s Symphony No. 3 (Sinfonia Espansiva) on March 13 in Kresge Auditorium.

Latifah B. Hamzah ’12, the piece’s concertmaster, plays Carl August Nielsen’s Symphony No. 3 (Sinfonia Espansiva) last Friday in Kresge.

The 2008 Nobel Prize Winner in Literature, Jean-Marie Gustave Le Clézio, answers questions from the audience during a discussion in 32-123 on Tuesday.

Daniel Barkowitz, Director of Student Financial Aid and Employment at MIT, discusses financial aid with a family during Campus Preview Weekend at the Financial Aid counseling center. Barkowitz will leave MIT effective June 1, when he moves to Columbia University as Dean of Financial Aid.

Jenna A. Berkowitz ’09 performs “Fabulous” from High School Musical 2 during the Muses’ spring concert entitled “College MUSEical” on May 3 in 10-250.

Phitchaya Phothilimthana ’12 sings “Can’t Help Falling in Love,” the final song at the Muses’ spring concert on May 3 in 10-250.

Cassandra L. Swanberg ’12 closes the Muses’ spring concert with “Can’t Help Falling in Love” on May 3 in 10-250.

Master Winchell Woo and Nathan Li from the Shaolin Hung Gar Martial Arts Academy demonstrate using “Qi,” the body’s flow of internal energy, to defend against a spear attack during the “Channeling Qi” event hosted by the MIT Traditional Medicine Society in Lobdell last Friday, May 8.

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