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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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A structure was constructed from triangular styrofoam pieces in the lobby of building 7 on Thursday, and passers-by were invited to add new pieces to it. The project was part of the open house for prospective students in the Master of Architecture and Master of Science in Architecture Studies programs.



On Sunday afternoon in the third floor hallway above the Infinite Corridor, onlookers experienced “MIThenge,” the twice-yearly phenomenon in which the setting sun aligns with the Infinite Corridor.



On Tuesday night, author and journalist Chris Hayes (right) discussed his new book Twilight of the Elites with Ta-Nehisi Coates, the Dr. Martin Luther King Visiting Professor. The event was held in the Simmons Hall Multipurpose Room, which could not accommodate everyone who wanted to watch; at least a hundred people were turned away. The discussion was videotaped and will be available online soon.



Darryl M. Williams ’14



Professor Arthur Mattuck






Daniel L. Mendelsohn ’15



Professor Anette Hosoi



Professor Agustín Rayo





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