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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Photos by Ray C. He

Tess E. Wise ’10 (left) listens to advice about relationships with significantly older men from her guardian angel, Anna Nicole Smith (Yelena S. Bagdasarova ’10). In this series of sketches, recently departed celebrities including Smith, Saddam Hussein, James Brown, Christopher Reeves, and Steve Irwin are given a chance to escape hell by winning a series of competitions on a gameshow hosted by Richard Nixon.

The Chorallaries wait to perform as they watch Benjamin M. Schwartz ’06 read off the list of people to be offended.

Karena K. Tyan ’08 holds up an LSC-style cue card

Former Pakistani ambassador Husain Haqqani addresses delegates at the opening of the Boston Invitational Model United Nations (BosMUN) conference this past Friday. In its sixth year, the conference drew one thousand high school delegates from around the world who gathered on MIT’s campus this past weekend to discuss solutions to the problems facing the world. BosMUN is a joint venture between the Model United Nations Clubs of MIT and Boston University.

Spencher G. Ahrens G, Eva K. Markiewicz, and Muddy Paw Sled Dog Kennel manager Neil Beaulieu mush a team of sled dogs along a trail in the White Mountains in New Hampshire on Sunday, March 23.

Associate Professor James L. Sherley talks to supporters and passersby during his “Walk the Talk” hunger strike to end alleged racial discrimination by Institute administrators. Sherley has vowed to hold a vigil outside of the President and Provost’s office from 9 a.m.—noon on weekdays until his demands are met.

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