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Alex H. Chan—The Tech
The construction of the NW35, the new Ashdown House, on the northwest side of campus continues. If all goes according to plan, the first residents will be admitted in the summer or fall of 2008.
Kari Williams—The Tech
Brian W. Ducharme, CEO of MIT Federal Credit Union, cuts a ribbon held by the bank’s board of directors at the grand opening of the bank’s new Student Center branch. The branch officially opened for business of Aug. 6, 2007.
Omari Stephens—The Tech
A student from the University of Vermont rocks out on top of a bike trailer during races on the University of Massachusetts-Amherst campus. The UMass cycling team hosted the races this past Saturday, Sept. 22.
Omari Stephens—The Tech
Lisa F. Marshall G takes the hole shot at the start of the Women’s B category race. University of Massachusetts-Amherst held the series of races on their campus last Saturday, Sept. 22.
Sherry X. Yan
Sophomore Katherine M. Smyth ’10 concentrates during the women’s tennis game against Tufts University Thursday, Sept. 27.
David M. Templeton—The Tech
Claire M. DeRosa ’11 heads the ball while teammate Andrea E. Bradshaw ’09 and Westfield State’s Jenn Leveille look on during the women’s soccer game at Steinbrenner Stadium Tuesday afternoon. The Engineers lost 0-3, breaking the Beavers’ six-match winning streak.
Eric D. Schmiedl—The Tech
Swedish Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt accepts a copy of graphic designer and computer scientist John Maeda’s book Simplicity from MIT Media Lab Director Frank Moss after Reinfeldt toured the Media Lab Tuesday, Sept. 25. Reinfeldt earlier presented Moss with a copy of Helene Schmitz’s book A Passion for Systems.