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Ana Malagon
The Tech spoke with Susanna “Zan” Barry, a health educator for MIT Medical, about her role at MIT and how students can stay healthy.
Omari Stephens—The Tech
Rafael R. Peterson, one of the ride’s primary builders, takes the inaugural trip down “2 Chicks at the Same Time (The Ride)”. EC residents and freshmen built the log flume ride, which featured a net 17-foot vertical drop, for EC Rush this year.
Omari Stephens—The Tech
Freshman Romain A. Teil (left) and senior Sean C. Morton (right) bask in the water sprayed by a log flume ride built for EC Rush. The ride, named “2 Chicks at the Same Time (The Rid),” featured a net 17-foot vertical drop.
Michael McGraw-Herdeg—The Tech
TOBERMORY, ONTARIO, CANADA—The sun sets over the shore of Lake Huron after a warm summer day. This photo is part of a series that showcases the summer adventures of Tech staff members.
Christina Kang—The Tech
DELHI, INDIA—A child plays in a wheelbarrow in a slum just outside of Delhi. MIT students sponsored by the Public Service Center traveled to Dehli to survey humanitarian efforts by the Deepalaya Non-Governmental Organization in the area. This photo is part of a series that showcases the summer adventures of Tech staff members.
Nick Semenkovitch—The Tech
PARIS, FRANCE—Paris’ Deportation Memorial is a tribute to French victims of Nazi concentration camps in World War II. The memorial contains 200,000 illuminated crystals symbolizing those who died in the camps. This photo is part of a series that showcases the summer adventures of Tech staff members.
Omari Stephens—The Tech
The cart of a flume ride built for EC Rush splashes into the deceleration pool. The ride, named “2 Chicks at the Same Time (The Ride),” featured a net 17-foot vertical drop, and the water from the cart’s impact was typically propelled farther than 30 feet past the end.`
Ray C. He—The Tech
NAPA VALLEY, CALIF.—Thousands of gallons of Cabernet Sauvignon age in oak barrels in the cellars of Robert Mondavi Winery in Napa Valley, Calif. This photo is part of a series that showcases the summer adventures of Tech staff members.
David Da He—The Tech
YELLOWSTONE, WYO.—The Yellowstone River flows past Artist Point at Yellowstone National Park. This photo is part of a series that showcases the summer adventures of Tech staff members.
Omari Stephens—The Tech
Sarah C. Hopp ’08 grins as the cart of a log flume ride built for EC Rush impacts the water. The ride, named “2 Chicks at the Same Time,” featured a net 17-foot vertical drop.
Omari Stephens—The Tech
An East Campus resident holds on tight as he rides down the initial ramp of “2 Chicks at the Same Time (The Ride).” EC residents and freshmen built the log flume ride, which featured a net 17-foot vertical drop, for EC Rush this year.
Brett M. Warne
YOSEMITE, CALIF.—Staff Photographer Ray C. He G basks in triumph atop the 8,000-ft. high Half-Dome at Yosemite National Park in California. A popular destination for hikers, the Half-Dome can be reached via an 8-mile hike through the national park and a 400-ft. climb on cables. This photo is part of a series that showcases the summer adventures of Tech staff members.
Omari Stephens—The Tech
A rider looks down the track of “2 Chicks at the Same Time (The Ride),” awaiting the start of the cart’s descent. EC residents and freshmen built the log flume ride, which featured a net 17-foot vertical drop, for EC Rush this year.
Nick Semenkovich—The Tech
PARIS, FRANCE—The peloton (main group of riders) approaches the Champs-Élysées in the last leg of the Tour de France. This photo is part of a series that showcases the summer adventures of Tech staff members.
Alex Chan
Civil and Environmental Engineering Instructor Stephen W. Rudolph shows Robert K. Brown ’11 a laptop computer powered by an exercise bike at yesterday’s Academic Expo in Johnson Ice Rink. The Expo gave freshmen a chance to meet faculty members from all of MIT’s Departments and academic programs.
Michael McGraw-Herdeg—The Tech
CAWKER CITY, KAN.—The World’s Largest Ball of Twine rests beneath a pavilion in downtown Cawker City. The ball of sisal twine, which residents say is the world’s largest, is at least 40 feet in circumference. This photo is part of a series that showcases the summer adventures of Tech staff members.