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John Naegle
Nick C. Loomis G flies through the corners on his way to a first place win in the Men's D race of the Boston Beanpot Cycling Classic's Criterium this past Sunday.
Andrzej Liguz
Snow Patrol headlined a concert at Boston University's Agganis Arena on March 28.
Omari Stephens—The Tech
Derrick Young piles vegetables onto a plate for Richard E. Hughes '08 slightly before Pritchett Grill's closing time of 9:00 p.m. yesterday evening. Pritchett plans to offer all-you-can-eat meals throughout the remainder of spring term.
Ricardo Ramirez—The Tech
Damian Kulash, lead singer of OK Go, performs "Do What You Want." OK Go opened for Snow Patrol's concert at Agganis Arena March 28.
Christina Kang—The Tech
Members of MIT's Resonance do a cheer before opening the semi-finals of the International Championships of A Cappella held at Kresge Auditorium on Saturday, March 24.
Omari Stephens—The Tech
Rachel M. Niehuus '07 crosses the finish line after running the anchor leg of the women's 4x400m relay, which finished first with a time of 4:17.41. The MIT men's and women's track and field teams trained and competed in Florida over spring break.
Christina Kang—The Tech
Amherst College's oldest a cappella group, the Zumbyes, perform Michael Jackson's "Thriller." The Zumbyes ended by winning the ICCA New England Semi-finals.
Omari Stephens—The Tech
Media Arts and Sciences Professor Marvin L. Minsky presents his thoughts on future directions of artificial intelligence research to a standing-room-only crowd in the Media Lab's Bartos Theater yesterday evening. After the lecture, Minsky chatted with members of the audience and signed copies of his latest book, "The Emotion Machine."