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Photos by Omari Stephens

Limited Slip guitarist Alexander A. Sanchez ’08 plays in the red glow of the set lighting. Senior House hosted the “Sr Haus Rocks” concert this past Saturday, March 1 in the Senior House basement.

Michael S. Fleder ’08 plays drums as Dugan K. Hayes ’08 (left) sings and Colin Hill ’08 (right) plays rhythm guitar during the Isothermals’ set. Senior House hosted the “Sr Haus Rocks” concert this past Saturday, March 1 in the Senior House basement.

This past Sunday, an MIT logo appeared in the snow in the courtyard bordered by buildings 18, 26, 8, and 6. More snowfall is expected this Thursday.

(clockwise from top-right) Amy Qian ’11, Jack L. Jester-Weinstein ’12, Itaru L. Hiromi ’11, and Arka P. Dhar ’10 (also a Tech photographer) carry mattresses to the end of the East Campus roller-coaster during testing on Aug. 30. The mattresses served to slow down the carts at the end of the ride.

Late Saturday night, Peter P. Tieu ’11 tests some holds after he finished mounting them for East Campus’s rock-climbing twister game. The twister game was showcased during the East Side Party on Aug. 30.

Elizabeth V. Power ’10 paints letters for a tale about past EC Rushes onto one of the many signs that East Campus prepared for Sunday night’s East Side Party, held in the EC courtyard.

After around seven months of construction, a newly-renovated lab space for the Department of Materials Science and Engineering is nearing completion. The renovation includes a new walk-through corner and glass wall, which will allow passers by at the intersection of Buildings 4 and 8 to look in without obstructing traffic down the Infinite Corridor. According to the on-site supervisor from Wise Construction, move-in is scheduled for January 18.

Peter Dourmashkin, outgoing lecturer and an associate director of the Experimental Study Group, poses with the textbook he used while teaching 8.012 at ESG. After a 28-year tenure with ESG, Dourmashkin, who was also one of the principal investigators of the TEAL program, will continue to work in Physics Department. The ESG community held an appreciation party for Dourmashkin on Tuesday, Jan. 11.

Emily E. Wean ’14 sings the part of Kermit the Frog as the Chorallaries perform “Rainbow Connection.” During their annual spring break tour, the Chorallaries performed a concert at an art gallery in Sunnyvale, Calif., on Thursday, March 24.

Ray Gelinas of Canning Studios uses a roller to paint the ceiling of Lobby 10 during a restoration project planned to be completed before February. Canning Studios founder John Canning explained that the group took a sample of the ceiling, analyzed it, and used the analysis to determine the original colors of the ceiling to the best of their ability. Canning emphasized that the green color of the ceiling provides a natural complement to the color of the bronze chandeliers.

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