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Diana Jue—The Tech
A view of the Casa Rosada and the black fence that divides La Plaza de Mayo, where mothers and grandmothers marched to protest against the government.
William Yee—The Tech
Juan S. Villeta-Garcia ’10 receives his Brass Rat from the staff member of Balfour during the ring delivery at Moakley Courthouse on the Boston waterfront on April 26.
William Yee—The Tech
2010 Ring Committee President Laura E. Aust ’10 shows off her Brass Rat during the ring delivery at Moakley Courthouse on the Boston waterfront on April 26.
Brian D. Hemond—The Tech
Howie Day sings “She Says” as part of an acoustic set he performed during MIT’s annual Spring Weekend concert, held Friday, April 25 in Johnson Athletic Center.
Alex H. Chan—The Tech
Mariam Kandil ’08 dresses up Tim the Beaver for the 2008 International Fair, held on the northern Kresge lawn on Friday.
Diane Rak—The Tech
Third Eye Blind played several songs from their upcoming fourth studio album Ursa Major to a cheering audience at the 2008 Spring Weekend Concert at the Johnson Athletic Center on the evening of April 25, 2008.
David Da He—The Tech
Absentstar lead vocalist Derek Ingersoll charms the crowd at the beginning of the 2008 Spring Weekend Concert held in the Johnson Athletics Center on Friday evening. See pages 8–9 for more photos from Spring Weekend.
Diane Rak—The Tech
Third Eye Blind’s lead vocalist Stephan Jenkins pumps up the crowd at the 2008 Spring Weekend Concert at the Johnson Athletic Center on the evening of April 25, 2008.
William Yee—The Tech
(left to right) Shawn Gelzleichter, Christian Hegg, Benjamin C. Williams ’11, Matthew N. Stern ’08, and Misha Leybovich G of the “Hot Metal” stripping squad proposition the audience in the Full Monty, a performance by the Musical Theater Guild playing May 1-3 in the Little Kresge Theater.
William Yee—The Tech
Drummer Heath Hamilton of the 2008 Spring Weekend Concert’s opening band Absentstar rocks out in the Johnson Athletic Center on the evening of April 25, 2008.
Brian D. Hemond—The Tech
Third Eye Blind performs on a small stage at the back of Johnson, opposite the main performance stage, to better reach all of the attendees who showed up to the concert late. Third Eye Blind was the headline band for the annual Spring Weekend concert, held April 25 in Johnson Athletic Center.
Daniel P. Beauboeuf—The Tech
Tim the Beaver is spotted at the Geiger Trophy, MIT’s annual intercollegiate costume sailing regatta. The theme of the event was “Noah and the Ark,” and participants dressed up as animals.
Perry Hung—The Tech
Internet icon Jay “Tron Guy” Maynard listens to the keynote address at ROFLcon on Saturday. Maynard become an online phenomenon when his costume, inspired by the movie TRON, spread across the Internet from postings on Slashdot, an Internet tech news site.
Diane Rak—The Tech
Third Eye Blind performs at the 2008 Spring Weekend Concert at the Johnson Athletics Center on the evening of April 25, 2008.
Eric D. Schmiedl—The Tech
The last panel of ROFLcon was “The Internet Cult Leader,” featuring web-culture superstars (left to right) Moot of 4chan, Randall Munroe of xkcd, and Ryan North of Dinosaur Comics. The panel was moderated by Professor Chris Kelty of Rice University. ROFLcon was one of the greatest gatherings to date of internet cultural phenomena, and was organized by students of several local colleges and universities, including MIT.
Eric D. Schmiedl—The Tech
Third Eye Blind’s lead vocalist Stephan Jenkins sings at the 2008 Spring Weekend Concert at the Johnson Athletic Center on the evening of April 25, 2008.
Eric D. Schmiedl—The Tech
Third Eye Blind plays to a cheering audience at MIT’s Spring Weekend Concert at Johnson Athletic Center on the evening of April 25, 2008.