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Andrew Lukmann
MIT’s newest building, 6C, is integrated with the rest of the Main Group buildings through an atrium full of footbridges.
Christina Kang—The Tech
This engraving, a Chinese idiom, is located on the side of the Leshan Giant Buddha — the tallest stone Buddha statue in the world.
Christina Kang—The Tech
Tourists visit the Taj Mahal in Agra, India.
Kari Williams
Benjamin M. Judge ’11 listens to a 3.091 lecture in 26-100 via live video from 10-250. The 570 students in Professor Donald R. Sadoway’s popular introductory solid state chemistry class exceed 10-250’s 450-person capacity, so some students must attend a video lecture.
Christina Kang—The Tech
A giraffe grazes at Lake Manyara in Tanzania.
Eric D. Schmiedl—The Tech
Jeremiah T. Edwards ’10 climbs stairs during the Green Building Challenge held on Sunday night. Edwards went on to set a new record, climbing the building’s steps 48 times.
Helen Hou
Elizabeth A. Denys ’11 competes against Mount Holyoke College this past Saturday, Sept. 15. The Engineers shut out the Lyons 9-0.
Omari Stephens—The Tech
Zachary A. LaBry ’08 (foreground) passes teammate Nick C. Loomis G (background) during a rocky downhill section of the “Wompatuck Whatchamacallit?!” race course. The MIT Cycling Club hosted the mountain bike race this past Sunday, Sept. 16 in Hingham, Mass.
Omari Stephens—The Tech
Zachary A. LaBry ’08 draws a bicycle in midair with a still-glowing ember at the end of a stick. The MIT Cycling Club hosted the “Wompatuck Whatchamacallit?!” mountain bike race this past Sunday, Sept. 16 in Hingham, Mass.
Andrew Lukmann
Katherine M. Boothe ’09 navigates her way past Vanessa Murphy of Simmons college in last Thursday’s field hockey game. The Engineers shut out the Sharks 2-0.