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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Photos by Omari Stephens


Joanna W. Tong '08, an épéeist, performs a flèche maneuver to score a bout-winning touch at the New England Championships on Saturday.



Cai P. GoGwilt '10 plucks the strings of his cello during the intermission of the MIT Symphony Orchestra's concert last Friday, March 16. See more photos and a review on page 8.



MITSO Conductor Paul M. Biss applauds the members of the orchestra during his second curtain call at the end of the night.



The MIT Symphony Orchestra performed a concert this past Friday, March 16 featuring soprano soloist Elisabeth A. Hon G, winner of the 2007 MITSO Concerto Competition. She is pictured singing during Wolfgang Amadé Mozart's "Exsultate, Jubilate."



Amy L. Norovich plays pizzicato during MITSO's performance of "In the Hall of the Mountain King," part of Edvard Grieg's "Peer Gynt Suite No. 1, Opus 46."



Ina Zdorovetchi, a harpist from the New England Conservatory, plays during MITSO's final piece of the night, the 1919 version of Igor Stravinsky's "The Firebird Suite."



Derrick Young piles vegetables onto a plate for Richard E. Hughes '08 slightly before Pritchett Grill's closing time of 9:00 p.m. yesterday evening. Pritchett plans to offer all-you-can-eat meals throughout the remainder of spring term.



Lauren McLean, administrative assistant for Student and Young Alumni Programs, looks at an MIT campus map with Joe Hart, father of prospective freshman Karen Hart.



Amy R. Magnuson '10 competes in the long jump during the New England Division III championship meet, held last weekend. In addition to placing fourth in the long jump, Magnuson ran what was at the time the second-fastest Div. III time in the nation in the 100m hurdles (14.31 seconds), helping the MIT women finish second in the meet.



The main doors to Lobby 7 are covered while Facilities installs a new automatic opening mechanism. Once complete, the doors will appear unchanged, but should operate faster.


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