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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Photos by Yuanyu Chen

The violinists of the MIT Symphony Orchestra stood for the entirety of their performance of Symphony no. 38, “Prague” by Mozart at the MITSO Family Weekend concert this past Thursday in Kresge Auditorium.

Adam K. Boyles, director of the MIT Symphony Orchestra, conducts John Williams’s “The Cowboys Overture” at the MITSO Family Weekend concert this Thursday in Kresge Auditorium.

Hannah S. Israel ’12 and Christian X. Segura-Rivera ’11 share a duet in “Harbor” by Vienna Teng at the Chorallaries’ Fall Concert on Saturday, November 21 in 10-250.

Douglas I. Friedman (Brandeis ’10) performs “Big Machine” by The Goo Goo Dolls with Brandeis VoiceMale, a guest group, at the Chorallaries’ Fall Concert on Saturday, November 21.

Kevin Hwang ’10 performs with the Harvard Wushu Club in Lobby 13 this past Saturday night at TAI.101, an event run by the Association of Taiwanese Students to educate attendees about Taiwanese culture.

Minmin Yen ’11 dodges a roll of toilet paper as she sings a modified version of “Zombie” by The Cranberries during the Chorallaries’ nth Annual Concert in Bad Taste in 26-100 on Saturday. Throwing toilet paper and paper airplanes before and during the concert is a Bad Taste tradition.

Richard S. Yau ’10 performs his Senior Singout, a dramatic rendition of Mulan’s “I’ll Make a Man Out of You,” with the MIT/Wellesley Toons at the Toons’ 20th Anniversary Concert Saturday evening in 10-250.

Sound benches: The parabolic benches outside of Building 18 are a popular place to study when the weather is nice. Try standing at the focal point of either parabola and making a sound!

Hacks and Puzzles: The hallway between Buildings 16 and 56 features a puzzle on the floor, as well as murals describing the Institute’s hacking history.

Edmund W. Golaski ’99 explains the details of the 8.01 paper airplanes hack while acting out the professor’s reaction to hundreds of airplanes being thrown at him. Golaski told many hacks-related stories to a crowd of interested parents and family members at the MIT Museum last Friday afternoon.

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