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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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The Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) Regimental Staff forms up for inspection during the joint-service Pass in Review on Saturday afternoon. The Pass in Review originated as an opportunity for a newly-assigned commander to inspect his troops and allows visiting officers, guest speakers, and friends and family of ROTC cadets to review the results of their work.

Olivia M. Struckman ’18 boxes out an Emerson College defender during MIT’s 3-0 win on Tuesday afternoon.

Kirsten M. Augdahl ‘16 and Anuj Khandelwal ‘17 prepare to pop a captured balloon.

Andrew R. Berta ‘16 tries to pop a balloon held in place by Morgan K. Moroi ‘16.

Students pet Beethoven the therapy dog at the MIT Wellness Fair on Friday in the Z-Center main lobby. The Wellness Fair provided students with a chance to relax and get information about de-stressing and support groups as well as get a massage, have a snack, and win raffle prizes.

Meredith M. Benson ’17 uses a makeshift crossbow to pop a balloon.

The Harvard South Asian Dance Company performs during Tamasha, a cultural showcase presented by the MIT South Asian Association of Students, on Friday night in Lobdell. The show also included dance performances by MIT Bhangra, MIT Natya, and MIT Chamak and a vocal performance by the MIT Ohms.

Zoe R. Sheinkopf ‘17, Zachary M. Mikaya ‘16, Diego A. Huyke ‘17 and Anna P. Zukowski ‘17 remove the remains of a balloon from their device, “The Viper.”

Thomas M. Burns ‘17, Emile M. Augustine ‘17, Kelly B. McGee ‘17, and June Kim ‘17 guide a balloon into their device shaped like the head of a beaver.

Ory Tasman ‘16 takes a shot on goal during MIT’s 11-9 victory over Connecticut College on Saturday night. The game was the second of three this weekend as part of the Collegiate Water Polo Association (CWPA) Northern Division Championship, which the Engineers ended up winning 2-1. The Engineers play for a shot at the 2014 CWPA Championship at the United States Naval Academy on Friday, November 21.

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