Photos by VIVIAN HU
A young boy plays a video game still in its beta stages of testing at the Boston Festival of Indie Games on Saturday in the Johnson Athletic Center’s indoor track. The event, created to “celebrate independent game development in New England and neighboring regions,” featured everything from card games to video games and included panels explaining the process behind creating many of these games.
Mrs. Reif looks on as President Reif prepares to do a yo-yo trick during Monday’s community picnic. The community service-themed picnic, which offered several ways to contribute to local charitable organizations, celebrated the 41 years of service that recently-retired ombudsperson Mary Rowe had given to the MIT community.
A member of Clowns@MIT uses the move “Water Gun” as a Squirtle during Friday’s Pokemon Battle on Killian Court. The event was hosted as one of Clowns@MIT’s many events to help students relieve stress and have fun.
MIT Bhangra performs at the Night Market hosted by CSC, Asian American Association, and ATS on Friday. The event featured street foods and performances from MIT Asian cultural groups.
A group of friends help a novice skater at last Friday’s Spooky Skate. The annual event, hosted by SaveTFP, held a costume contest and had snacks for the skaters.
Anika Gupta ’18 sings a solo at Resonance’s concert held Saturday evening in 10-250.
Amelia S. Brooks ’15 performs a solo during the annual fall concert held by The Chorallaries on Friday in 10-250.
Student-made models of protein sit in a room where students took a test on protein modeling.
A high school student tests his plane for the Wright Stuff event.
A high schooler works with chemicals and fire at the forensics event at MIT’s first Science Olympiad Invitational on Saturday. More than 50 teams participated, coming from as far as Texas and California.
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