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Volume 138, Issue 13 — 14 photos
East Side Festival participants TP Transparent Horizons on May 5. The act of covering the sculpture with toilet paper is an East Campus tradition.
Ishaq (Joel Colodner) banters with Zeblyan (Jeremiah Kissel) in 'Two Jews Walk into a War.'
Andew Brilliant — Courtesy of Brilliant Pictures
Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of World Wide Web, speaks in a talk titled "From Utopia to Dystopia in 29 Short Years" about threats to the web and possible solutions May 2.
Adib Hasan–The Tech
The Calamari Sisters pose in front of their stage at 'Cooking with the Calamari Sisters.'
Courtesy of Regent Theater
Workers bustle about at Whole Heart Provisions' opening night.
Sarah Shapiro, a grad student in Course 10, works on diagnostic medical devices for Indian communities.
A student performs at the 12th installment of Fierce Forever, a drag show organized by MIT students at the MIT Media Lab May 4.
Customers mill about at the Central Flea Market at University Park that is taking place every Sunday 11 a.m–5 p.m from May to October at 91 Sidney Street.
Players are given a choice of 6 monsters to romance in 'Monster Prom', from the party-loving Polly Geist to the brainless yet endearing Scott Howl.
Courtesy of Beautiful Glitch
Students show off their wares at the Student Art Association's Spring Ceramics Sale happening this week in Lobby 10.
Dancers reach everywhere yet nowhere at the same time in 'Atomos,' directed by Wayne McGregor.
Rachel Connick, a Course 22 graduate student and a Thirsty Ear Pub staff member, tends to the bar as the Spring Cider Flight Night begins on May 2nd.
Dance pieces scattered throughout for the Ryan McNamara ME3M 4 Miami dance art exhibit.
Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau visited MIT May 18 and spoke at Solve at MIT.
MAHI SHAFIULLAH – THE TECH