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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Photos by Sarah Liu

Ryan L. Frankel ‘16 drives the ball to the basket in a game against Worcester Polytechnic Institute on Wednesday. MIT lost 64-52.

Emily M. Salvador ‘16 and Molly J. Tracy ‘16 read a picture book to the audience amid a pile of toilet paper at the Chorallaries’ nth Anual Concert in Bad Taste on Saturday night.

Will Drevo G delivers comedic one liners over improvised piano at Friday’s Comedy Night, hosted by the students of the Stand-Up Comedy Club.

Dario Garcia-Dominguez ‘15 plays a movement from Beethoven’s Sonata No. 30 in E Major, Op. 109 as a part of the Emerson Fellowship Student Recital Series.

Phunk Phenomenon, a professional dance crew in the Boston area, performed at Footwork, an annual dance showcase held by MIT’s Ridonkulous this past Friday in La Sala of the Student Center.

Karly E. McLaughlin ‘15 swings during a softball game against Emerson College on Friday. MIT, who had not played the Emerson team since 1999, won 5-1, and would go on to win the second game of the double header 8-7.

Molly J. Tracy ’16 belts out a tune with the Chorallaries at the “Electro, Sophista, Funky” concert last Friday evening in 10-250.

Megan E. Gebhard ’17 spikes the ball in a match against Simmons College on Saturday. MIT went on to defeat Simmons 3-0.

Stephen Babineau, dressed as a geisha, conducts the MIT Concert Band during their annual surprise Halloween concert in the Student Center on Tuesday. The band performed the piece “Occident and Orient” by Camille Saint-Saens among other pieces.

Students of the Martin Luther King Jr. Design Seminar, a program offered over IAP 2014, display art installations in Lobby 10 addressing topics such as human rights, justice, racism, and equality.

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