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Eric D. Schmiedl—The Tech
MIT students fight the annual East vs. West Water War on Kresge Oval on Sunday afternoon. See page 11 for more photos from Orientation and Residence Exploration.
Marissa Vogt—The Tech
(from left) Alessandro Chiesa ’09, Russell J. Ryan ’09, and Zackary M. Anderson ’09 appear at a press conference held by the Electronic Frontier Foundation to discuss their canceled presentation titled “The Anatomy of a Subway Hack” in Las Vegas, Nevada on Aug. 9.
Steve Howland—The Tech
A wooden roller coaster is seen erected in East Campus’ courtyard Saturday as part of their annual Residence Exploration activities.
Martin Segado—The Tech
Steven R. Lerman ’72 is the Dean for Graduate Education.
David M. Templeton—The Tech
The inbound gates of the Kendall/MIT subway stop are seen on Sunday evening.
Courtesy of The Dragon Boat Team
The MIT Eager Beavers (front) race against the Harvard Crimson (back) during the annual Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival held June 8, 2008 on the Charles River.
Steve Howland—The Tech
(left to right) Kahlil A. Dozier ’12, Tanmay Kumar ’12, and Joseph W. Colosimo ’12 are seen soldering circuit boards as part of Residence Exploration at East Campus on Saturday.
Photo courtesy of The Weinstein Company
Javier Bardem and Rebecca Hall star in Woody Allen’s Vicky Cristina Barcelona.
Steve Howland—The Tech
(left to right) Elena A. Tatarchenko ’11, Chao Xue ’12, and Jamie K. Huang ’11 tie dye shirts in front of Simmons Hall on Saturday.
David M. Templeton—The Tech
Ahmed M. Hussain ’12 plays frisbee with some friends out on Kresge Oval on Sunday afternoon.
Students’ DEF CON Presentation
This is the first slide of the canceled DEF CON presentation on subway vulnerabilities. The students performed their research as part of 6.857 (Computer and Network Security).
Xueyan Zhang
An origami butterfly, designed and built by Michael G. LaFosse and Richard L. Alexander, is seen hanging on display August 8 in the Stata Center.