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A man on stilts danced to the beat of steel drums in Central Square during the costume parade on Sunday. The parade was part of the Cambridge Carnival International, a festival celebrating African traditions.



Dynasty Productions presented “Signs of the Pagan” during the costume parade at the Cambridge Carnival International on Sept. 13.



Cambridge mayor Denise Simmons waves to the crowd during the costume parade of the Cambridge Carnival International on Sunday. Mayor Simmons, up for re-election this November, was Grand Marshal of the parade.



A member of Cumm Cross Productions marches down the street during the performance of “Aztecs: An Empire Remembered.” The performance took place Sunday during the costume parade of the Cambridge Carnival International. The parade was delayed multiple times, in part due to issues with the intricate costumes.



A member of Cumm Cross Productions dances in their performance of “Aztecs: An Empire Remembered” Sunday during the costume parade of the Cambridge Carnival International.



Soca & Associates and the Unity Sports Culture Club perform “Succulent Delights of Paradise” during the Cambridge Carnival International costume parade on Sept. 13.



Vivian A. Lee ’12 performs a Chinese ribbon dance during the Korean Students Association culture show.



Alvin S. Chen ’11 flies over his teammates to kick a board during a demonstration by the MIT Sport Tae Kwon Do team. The team performed for the Korean Students Association’s culture show on Friday, November 20 in Walker Memorial.



Amy R. Magnuson ’10 flies 17’6” through the air to secure fourth place and the MIT long jump record at the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference championships this weekend at Harvard University. Magnuson also broke the Institute record in the 55-meter hurdles, leading the women’s track and field team to a second place finish.



Skaters from the Skating Club of Boston’s Act 1 theater on ice team perform at the annual MIT Figure Skating Club Exhibition on March 15 in Johnson Ice Rink. The event featured 27 club skaters and 12 guest programs.


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