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Daniel J. Barclay '07 was declared missing last Friday, April 13. Anyone with information about his whereabouts should contact MIT Police at 617-253-1212.
William Yee—The Tech
Emily Hwang '09 clears the bar during the women's pole vault competition. Hwang won with a clearance of 10'5.5".
William Yee—The Tech
Aron Walker '07 clears a hurdle during the men's 400-meter intermediate hurdle race. Walker placed fourth in the event with a time of 58.91 seconds.
Willam Yee—The Tech
Senior Senator Edward Kennedy (D-MA), the 2007 Karl Taylor Compton Lecturer, discusses science and public policy in a filled Kirsch Auditorium on Friday, April 13.
Shreyes Seshasai—The Tech
Maureen R. Lynch, Design and Manufacturing I (2.007) course administrator, knocks on the doors of mechanical engineering graduate students after being awarded the Big Screw by Alpha Phi Omega. Upon winning the award, Lynch led a victory parade through Building 3.
William Yee—The Tech
William B. Fedus '10 hands off the MIT baton to Christopher T. Bateman '07 during the men's 4x100-meter relay. The MIT relay team took first with a time of 43.55 seconds.
Eric D. Schmiedl—The Tech
MIT hackers turned the windows of Building E25 into a giant stoplight on Saturday night.
David Da He—The Tech
Hackers constructed two giant "paper" airplanes and hung them above Lobby 10 for the first full day of Campus Preview Weekend.
William Yee—The Tech
Dylan F. Roden '09 looks to make a pass in the men's lacrosse 15-7 win over Norwich University on April 14.
Gheorghe Chistol—The Tech
Alex N. Hornstein '07 runs the last 500 meters of the Boston Marathon on Monday.
Ray C. He—The Tech
At the fifth annual Battle of the Bands, Tim the Beaver crowd-surfs during a performance by Force the Fallen, who went on to win the competition. Battle of the Bands is a charity event run by the Zeta Beta Tau fraternity to raise money for the Children's Hospital of Boston, part of the Children's Miracle Network. This year, over $2,100 was raised.
Gheorghe Chistol—The Tech
A group of athletes run through Kenmore Square in the final stretch of the race. A steady stream of runners flowed through the streets of Boston on Monday afternoon.
Gheorghe Chistol—The Tech
An original contestant approaches the finish line of the Boston Marathon victoriously. Many runners ran the race in humorous costumes.
Eric D. Schmiedl—The TEch
Adam F. Schwartz '10 of Resonance performs "I Write Sins Not Tragedies" (originally performed by Panic! at the Disco) at the Campus Preview Weekend Closing Ceremonies on Saturday, April 14.
Eric D. Schmiedl—The Tech
Clayton T. Sims '08 adjusts a live video feed during the 24-hour Voodoo Telethon that started at noon on Saturday. Voodoo raised $30 from the telethon.
Conan L. Hom
Glenn J. Geesman '09 (left) and Willard J. Johnson '09 (right) round Hereford Street onto Boylston Street to complete the final stretch of the 111th Boston Marathon on Monday. Geesman and Johnson both ran the marathon dressed in large red Solo Cups.
Diane Rak—The Tech
Admissions Director of Communications Ben Jones sings lead for his band, The Red Decade, at Battle of the Bands. The charity event was run by the Zeta Beta Tau fraternity to raise money for the Children's Hospital of Boston, part of the Children's Miracle Network. This year, over $2,100 was raised.
Ray C. He—The Tech
Harold B. Cooper '07 (left), Katherine E. Dalis '05 (background), and Carrie A. McDonough '08 (foreground) from "carrie okie band" perform during Battle of the Bands, a charity event run by the Zeta Beta Tau fraternity to raise money for the Children's Hospital of Boston, part of the Children's Miracle Network. This year, over $2,100 was raised.
Eric D. Schmiedl—The Tech
Nathan S. Lachenmyer '10 demonstrates the East Campus handcar for a group of prospective freshmen during Campus Preview Weekend.
Gheorghe Chistol—The Tech
Leah A. Bogstead '08 pitches in the first game against Wellesley College on April 13. MIT lost both games in the double-header; 3-0 and 10-2.
Gheorghe Chistol—The Tech
Supporters from the crowd reach out their arms to high five the tired athletes in the last 1000 meters of the Boston Marathon. Tens of thousands of people lined the streets along the course of the race.
David Da He—The Tech
Matthew H. Walker G (left) reads The Tech as Hamilton Falk hands out fake copies of The Tech produced by staff members of the California Institute of Technology's student newspaper.
Christine Moran—The Tech
Stephanie S. Cavagnaro-Wong '07, Jonas Kubilius '08, and Timothy D. Hill '07 (from left to right) perform in MIT Dramashop's production of Thorton Wilder's Our Town. Performances run April 18–20 at 8 p.m. in Kresge Little Theater.
Eric D. Schmiedl—The Tech
Samantha Palazzolo '10 with her pocket-sized Mooninite. East Campus hosted a Mooninite construction party for Campus Preview Weekend.
Eric D. Schmiedl—The Tech
Dean of Admissions Marilee Jones (right) and Admissions Director of Communications Ben Jones (left) perform at Battle of the Bands with Ben's band, The Red Decade. Battle of the Bands is a charity event run by the Zeta Beta Tau fraternity to raise money for the Children's Hospital of Boston, part of the Children's Miracle Network. This year, over $2,100 was raised.