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David M. Templeton—The Tech
Laurie Ward, after eight years of working with student groups as financial administrator in the Student Activities Office, has moved to her new role of financial administrator at the Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology.
Fox Searchlight Pictures
Glen Hansard and Markéta Irglová play the main characters in the 2006 film “Once.”
Omari Stephens—The Tech
Forty-six Steelcase chairs have been stolen from the Student Center’s 24-hour reading room; their replacement cost is about $20,000. Inexpensive task chairs (center) have replaced some stolen chairs.
Diana Jue—The Tech
A child watches a cricket game in one of Bangalore’s slum areas.
Diana Jue—The Tech
Shanghai’s explosive growth has fueled the rapid development of tall, architectural marvels.
Melissa Moseley—Columbia Pictures
Actors Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Jonah Hill, and Michael Cera (left to right) star in the 2007 film “Superbad” as Fogell, Seth, and Evan, respectively.
Omari Stephens—The tech
Benjamin Gathier G, assistant pole-vault coach, clears 15’5 1/2” with room to spare during the track and field alumni meet held Saturday, Jan. 12. The meet pitted alumni from the MIT track and field team against the current varsity squad.
Eric D. Schmiedl—The Tech
Participants in the Boston No Pants subway ride read the Boston Phoenix in their boxer shorts while waiting for a train at Park Street station this past Saturday.
Omari Stephens—The Tech
Hazel L. Briner ’11, pole-vaulter and pentathlete, competes in a 400-meter hand-stand race held after Saturday’s track and field alumni meet. Briner finished the two grueling laps of the indoor track in 23 minutes, 16 seconds, just a scant 2 seconds ahead of alumna Merritt S. Tam ’05.
Eric D. Schmiedl—The Tech
Adam Sablich, organizer of the Boston No Pants subway ride, addresses the crowd of soon-to-be-pantsless subway riders and media at the Alewife train station this past Saturday afternoon. The riders divided up into groups and removed their pants after boarding a train.
Michael McGraw-Herdeg­­—The Tech
A snowman decorates the snowy lawn of Kresge Oval early Tuesday morning.
Eric D. Schmiedl—The Tech
Michael J. Snively ’11 works on a One Laptop Per Child XO laptop in his boxer shorts while riding an MBTA subway during the Boston No Pants subway ride this past Saturday.