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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Photos by William B. Yee


Ari D. Shapiro G and Erika L. Bakse ’09, as Anglor and Blanca Saxon.



Clinton L. Scroggins ’10, as Kin-Seer, waves farewell to his ancestors as he is brought to America through the Middle Passage with fellow Seers, Kristen M. Rose ’10 (center) and Jamira V. Cotton ’08 (right).



Mark J. Avara ’07 performs as Dr. Lutzky, a roach exterminator with a PhD.



Asha D. Martin ’10 performs as Verona, a euthanasia specialist trying to rid her home of roaches.



John Legend, five time Grammy award winner, performed at Johnson Ice Rink for the closing ceremony of the Global Poverty Initiative on Sunday, April 20.



MIT students (left to right) YingHsuan Lin ’10, William B. Yee ’10, Cheuk L Leung ’10, Chun-Kai Wang ’12, Jia X. Wu ’10, and Yu-Ju Chiu ’11, posed in front of the “Lovers’ Bridge” this July in Taichung, Taiwan.



Kelly E. Schulte ’12 leaps up for a kill in the game against Smith College last Saturday, Sept. 20. MIT swept Smith College and later University of Massachusetts Boston 3-0.



Professor Steven B. Leeb ’87 instructs freshman Rui Hu how to ride the Go-Kart with Tucker Chan ’12 looking behind them. The Go-Kart is a product of Power Electronics Laboratory (6.131).



Dr. Elizabeth Vogel Taylor talks about the chemistry program at MIT with freshman Rachel G. Chasin during the Academic Expo in Johnson Ice Rink on Wednesday.



Women’s novice openweight rowing coach Aaron Benson talks about the crew program with Allison C. Hinckley ’12 and Monica C. Oliver ’12 during the Department of Athletics, Physical Education, and Recreation Gateway on Wednesday at Rockwell Cage.


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