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Martin Segado—The Tech
Members of MIT Banghra perform at the CPW Festival last night in Johnson Athletic Center.
Martin Segado—The Tech
Emily Pittore of Lexington, Mass. adds Oreo cookie chunks to her liquid nitrogen ice cream at the CPW Festival in Johnson Athletic Center last night.
Eric D. Schmiedl—The Tech
Andrea Blakemore (left) crowns Julie Hui with film provided by the Lecture Series Committee at last night's CPW Festival in Johnson Athletic Center.
Martin Segado—The Tech
Prospective students (left to right) Daniel Zhang, Caryn Krakauer, and Susan Song join in on a game of Giant Twister set up by residents of East Campus.
Martin Segado—The Tech
Hundreds of prefrosh listen to Dean of Admissions Marilee Jones speak at yesterday's CPW welcome in Rockwell Cage.
Omari Stephens—The Tech
Lauren McLean, administrative assistant for Student and Young Alumni Programs, looks at an MIT campus map with Joe Hart, father of prospective freshman Karen Hart.
Eric D. Schmiedl—The Tech
Professional wrestler and New York Times bestselling author Mick Foley spoke last night in 54-100.
Jerzy Szablowski—The Tech
MIT held the 26th Marchiando Trophy Team Race Intersectional last weekend on the Charles River. MIT placed third out of eight in the competition. MIT also placed seventh of 16 in the Women's President's Trophy Intersectional, also held last weekend.
Martin Segado—The Tech
Hackers dropped a banner in Killian Court early Friday morning reading "This is a bomb. This is not a bomb. Is your ego satisfied? Brought to you by the MIT Bomb Squad.," with drawings of a bomb and a Mooninite respectively. A Lite-Brite™-like depiction of the latter, an "Aqua Teen Hunger Force" cartoon character, touched off a bomb scare that paralyzed Boston on Jan. 31, 2007.