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The Berklee P-Funk Ensemble performs during the Berklee BeanTown Jazz Festival.




The Boston Vegetarian Food Festival, an exhibition of vegetarian and vegan food, clothing, and other products, was held on Saturday and Sunday.




Building 12 could be demolished as early as Summer 2014, pending approval from the City of Cambridge. The building’s demolition will make way for the Nano-Materials, Structures, and Systems Lab (nMaSS), to be completed in 2018.




Mark Antony (Zachary D. Tribbett ’13) stands over the dead body of Julius Caesar (Christopher D. Smith ’13) in the MIT Shakespeare Ensemble’s performance of Julius Caesar.




Building 12 could be demolished as early as Summer 2014, pending approval from the City of Cambridge. The building’s demolition will make way for the Nano-Materials, Structures, and Systems Lab (nMaSS), to be completed in 2018.




Kerry A. Emanuel, an MIT professor in the EAPS department, gave a talk on global warming on Wednesday, Feb. 26, in 4-237. The talk was sponsored by Fossil Free MIT, and is part of a series of lectures that will be held throughout the spring semester.




Hayden Library will soon undergo renovations.







King Ferdinand (Deng-Tung Wang) woos the Princess of France (Emily Taradash).



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