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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Photos by Stephanie C. Lin

Artist and architect Otto L. Ng G stands in front of MURAL ORIGAMI, his winning entry in the 2010 MIT Student Mural Competition, in Stata on Monday. The mural consists of a photograph of a person walking on the sidewalk overlaid on a computer-generated image of a theoretically possible 3D surface. The mural will be on display in the Stata Center for one year.

Michael Ouellette poses on the set of his last production at MIT. Arms and the Man was the first play he directed at MIT over 20 years ago, and will have its final run tonight at 8 p.m. in Kresge Little Theatre.

The haughty Major Sergius (Vladimir Sobes ’11) is waited upon by house servant Nicola (Yuri Podpaly G) at the Petkoff house during the MIT Dramashop performance of Arms and The Man.

Soloist Nozomi Ando, a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Chemistry, sings “Dona Nobis Pacem” (“Grant us peace”) by Ralph Vaughan Williams in the concert choir’s spring concert on Sunday in Kresge. The concert also featured the world premiere of Professor Peter Child’s “Song of Liberty.”

Dramashop performs Arms and the Man, April 16.

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