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Andrew T. Lukmann—The Tech
Dana G. Mead PhD ’67 speaks to the Undergraduate Association at their weekly meeting in W20-400 on Monday evening.
Steve Howland—The Tech
Teaching assistant and researcher James F. Bredt ’82 stands behind his 4-foot aluminum screw trophy after winning Alpha Phi Omega’s annual Big Screw competition.
Andrew T. Lukmann—The Tech
Matt Lavigne of The Name Changers rocks out on the drums and vocals during Zeta Beta Tau’s annual Battle of the Bands, held in the Lobdell dining room on Saturday evening. See page 11 for more photos from Campus Preview Weekend.
Biyeun Buczyk
Aaron E. Ramirez ’10, the “Foameez Monster,” walks across the 77 Massachusetts Ave. crosswalk on Saturday after the MIT Hobby Shop open house. Foameez are a commercial toy first invented at the Hobby Shop by Kenneth Stone ’72 and Professor Alexander H. Slocum.
Brian Hemond—The TEch
(from left) Priscilla W. Army ’10, Amber R. Lin ’11, and Eleanor H. Mallory ’11 dance to the beat of the Pantonic Steel Orchestra outside the Student Center last Friday.
Diane Rak—The Tech
Brooke A. Jarrett ’10 of Team Magenta demonstrates the edible creations made with her group’s “Chem Cookin’” set to children at 2.00b Toy Product Design’s test evening at the MIT Museum on Monday.
Alex H. Chan—The Tech
President Susan Hockfield welcomes prospective freshman Robbie McQueen at the Kresge Auditorium before her welcome speech at the start of Campus Preview Weekend on Thursday.
Christopher Pentac
A UFO appears atop one of the Stata Center’s roofs courtesy of MIT hackers on Sunday.
Omari Stephens—The Tech
The stoplights and streetlights have periodically been out at the 77 Massachusetts Ave. crosswalk during recent evenings. Shown is an officer directing traffic in lieu of the traffic signal.
Diane Rak—The Tech
John M. Walton ’11 of Team Ochre shows a girl his “Cool Pool” set of modified pool balls at 2.00b Toy Product Design’s test evening at the MIT Museum on Monday.
Rachel Diane VanCott
The MIT women’s rugby team plays against Brandeis University in the Saturday morning Prom Dress Rugby Tournament. Six teams competed in the annual event on Briggs Field.
Alex H. Chan—The Tech
Amy Smith ’84 shares her experiences in Kenya with prospective freshman Kenyan Beneah Kombe after Smith’s CPW keynote speech in Kresge Auditorium on Thursday.
Omari Stephens—The Tech
Karen K. Shu G throws a pass past a Northeastern defender to Adele D. Phillips G to score the final goal of the match. sMITe, the MIT women’s ultimate team, played a scrimmage against the Northeastern Valkyries this past Sunday evening, which they won 5-3.
Maksim Viktorovich Imakaev
Lily He ’09 runs through Smith College defenders Sara Smyth (left) and Caitlin Kennedy during the Engineers’ 18-7 victory on Saturday on Jack Berry Field. Lily He scored two goals in the game.
Rachel Diane VanCott
Erik D. Fogg (foreground) ’09 of Senior House surrenders to East Campus during the dorms’ water war on McDermott Court last Friday.