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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Photos by Vincent Auyeung

Milan Vit and Amanda Davis of Wellesley College dance “American Smooth” at the MIT Open Ballroom Dance Competition on Saturday, April 19. With over 1000 competitors gracing the floor in Rockwell Cage, the competition is the largest amateur ballroom competition in the nation.

Praveen Pamidimukkala ’08 serves during Saturday’s volleyball match against New York University. Pamidimukkala recorded an ace in the match to eclipse the Institute record of 132 career aces, set by current teammate Ryan G. Dean ’08. The Engineers lost the match 30-25, 30-27, 30-25.

A composite of five images shows the stages of sophomore Elizabeth L. Stavely’s 1-meter dive in Saturday’s double-header against Babson College and Bowdoin College. Stavely’s exhibition dive earned an unofficial score of 169.0 while the women’s team finished second of three overall.

Bryan C. Hernandez ’09 holds a maltese cross on the rings at Saturday’s gymnastics meet against Temple University. The Engineers lost 324.2-305.8.

Rachael A. Holmes ’11 gracefully pauses during her floor exercise at the gymnastics meet against Springfield College on Saturday. She scored 8.900 on the exercise.

The MIT Bhangra team portrays, in dance, the story of a love triangle among a woman and two competing bachelors during Sapne, the annual South Asian American Students’ culture show, on Friday, April 3.

Renuka Ramanathan ’10, Aarthi Ramarathnam ’09, and Kavya Kamal Manyapu G (front row, left to right) of MIT Natya perform “Entwined — A Jugalbandhi of Kathak and Bharathnatyam,” a combination of traditional dance forms from northern and southern India. The performance opened Sapne, the South Asian American Students’ annual culture show, on Friday, April 3.

Samir Zaidi ’09 and Aarthi Ramarathnam ’09, members of MIT Bhangra, perform “Southie Dance” during Sapne, the annual South Asian American Students’ culture show, on Friday, April 3.

Members of the MIT Electronic Research Society reel in students at the Activities Midway on Friday with the “lolriokart,” a souped-up shopping cart designed by Charles Z. Guan ’11. Videos of the lolriokart, a fully electric vehicle, have garnered over 150,000 views on YouTube.

Andrew W. Stuntz ’13 of the MIT Student Juggling Club keeps four pins in the air at the Activities Midway on Friday.

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