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Volume 139, Issue 20 — 13 photos
Mayor of Cambridge Marc McGovern speaks with MIT students behind Kresge Oval Friday.
Townspeople and adjudicators gather around Reverend Hale (Eric Tucker) as he reads, “Here is all the invisible world, caught, defined, and calculated.”
Nile Scott Studios
A member of the MIT community makes a purchase at the plant sale outside the Stratton Student Center Thursday.
Tony's Chocolonely Chocotruck presents a variety of ethically sourced chocolate options.
courtesy of Tony's Chocolonely
Grace VanderWaal performs at the Royale Nightclub for her 'Ur So Beautiful' tour.
Kevin Ly–The Tech
Yayoi Kusama's 'Love is Calling' arrives at the ICA in September to bring an immersive, kaleidoscopic environment.
Courtesy of ICA Boston
Peng (Albert Tsai), Everest, Yi (Chloe Bennet) and Jin (Tenzing Norgay Trainor) travel through the mountains in DreamWorks Animation and Pearl Studio's 'Abominable.'
Courtesy of Universal Studios
MIT students and Cambridge residents march to Boston as part of the Global Climate Strike Friday.
Demonstrators gather outside the steps of Lobby 7 Sunday to stand in solidarity with Kashmiri people involved in border conflicts with neighboring countries.
Three students navigate their way through the Career Fair Friday.
Pianists Arthur and Lucas Jussen perform with Andris Nelsons and the BSO in the Poulenc Double Piano Concerto.
Protesters stand outside the Career Fair Friday in opposition to defense contractors.
Jaeho Kim '20