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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Eric A. Beren ’08 (foreground) and Ken Van Tilburg ’11 play in doubles against Vassar College last Saturday in the J.B. Carr Tennis Bubble. While Beren and Tilburg won their match 9-7, the Engineers fell to the Brewers 7-2 overall.



Despite the soggy weather, the glass pumpkin sale was still a success as many flocked to Kresge Lawn to admire and purchase hand-crafted glassware last Saturday.



Dave Pietro, a famous Massachusetts jazz player, stars in the MIT Concert Band performance in Kresge last Saturday.



Dancers (front row, left to right) Danwen Chen ’09, Melissa Dullea ’00, Tiffany L. Yee ’10, and Hannah J. Hsieh ’09 are seen performing at the MIT Hawaii Luau event in Walker Memorial on Friday, April 4. The event was interrupted due to a faulty heat sensor that set off the fire alarm twice. Each time, the guests were forced to wait outside for half an hour until the fire department arrived and shut it off.



Boston-area band Gentlemen Hall performs during the Campus Blacklight Party at The Middle East Restaurant and Nightclub on Thursday evening. Clockwise from top-left: vocalist Gavin McDevitt, flautist Seth Hachen, bassist Rory Given, and guitarist/vocalist Jacob Michael.



Brian T. Basham ’12 (left) and Noah M. Arbesfeld ’13 perform in the Roadkill Buffet improvisational comedy show “The Paraskevidekatriaphobia Recovery” on Saturday evening in 6-120.






Dancers (front row, left to right) Danwen Chen ’09, Melissa Dullea ’00, Tiffany L. Yee ’10, and Hannah J. Hsieh ’09 are seen performing at the MIT Hawaii Luau event in Walker Memorial on April 4.



Katrina M. Ellison ’10 leaps for the kill during the game against Brandeis University last Saturday. The Engineers lost 3-2.



After attending the Amnesty International event on Human rights and the Iran protests, guests gathered across Massachusetts Ave. in front of the Lobby 7 on Tuesday, June 23 to participate in a silent, candlelight vigil. The vigil was in remembrance of Neda Agha-Soltan, a victim of election protest violence in Iran.


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