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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Sunday was the last day of the MIT-France outdoor film festival on Kresge Oval. The movie shown was Les Chansons d’Amour, by Christophe Honoré.




Hundreds of Occupy Boston protesters amass on Atlantic Avenue in front of Dewey Square late Thursday night. Several protesters held up a banner that read, “You can’t evict an idea: we will not be silent.” They were also chanting phrases like “take the streets,” “we are the 99 percent,” and “no, no, we won’t go.”



Upwards of 1,500 protesters gather in Dewey Square Thursday night, dancing, chanting, and blocking traffic.



Protesters move some of their camp onto the street, though police began to clear it out about an hour later.



Rafael Reif will be MIT’s 17th president. At a press conference on Wednesday morning, Reif said he would commit his presidency to advancing education, as he has already been doing though the MITx/edX initiative.



Provost L. Rafael Reif and his wife Christine leave the Bush room in Building 10 shortly after his election as MIT’s 17th president. Reif will take over from President Susan J. Hockfield on July 2.



A line of sophomores waiting to enter Ring Premiere stretches across the front of the Zesiger Center.



Ring Committee Chair Matthew T. Abel ’15 and Vice Chair Michelle H. Lee ’15 introduce the rest of the committee.



A group of Sigma Kappa members hold up signs with the faces of the two Sigma Kappa members of Ring Committee: Coleen K. Gabel ’15 and Michelle H. Lee ’15.



Audrey A. Sedal ’15 jumps for joy after winning a free brass rat for being the 15th person in line.


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