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Andrea Robles—The Tech
Laura E. Aust ’10 and S. Balaji Mani ’10, members of the 2010 Ring Committee, present the bezel for the 2010 Brass Rat in superhero costumes during Ring Premiere held last night in Kresge Auditorium.
Diana Jue—THE TECH
Little fabric shops like these line commercial streets in Bangalore, but they are being replaced by large malls that sell Western clothing.
Diana Jue—THE TECH
My host family and I spent an evening playing with a digital camera and projecting photos on our television. Shown here, my host sister is dressed in Western clothing.
Source: Committee on the Undergraduate Program January 2008 Report
The percentage of D’s and F’s received by freshmen has generally dropped in the past few years, while the percentage received by sophomores has stayed constant. In 2003, grading for freshmen during the spring term changed from pass/no record to A/B/C/no record.
Kristyn A. Majorca
Kachina C. Gosselin ’10 browses through a pamphlet that explains the details of the 2010 Brass Rat during Ring Premiere held last night in Kresge Auditorium.
Diane Rak—The Tech
Sabrina H. Tsang ’10 gazes at Class of 2010 Brass Rats after Ring Premiere held last night in Kresge Auditorium.
Andrea Robles—The Tech
Emily J. Onufer ’10, a member of the 2010 Ring Committee, explains the significance of the hacker map inscribed on the inside of the 2010 Brass Rat during Ring Premiere held last night.
Andrea Robles—The Tech
Rosemarie M. de la Rosa ’10 (left) and Yvette M. Beben ’10 admire the 2010 Brass Rat in display at Kresge Auditorium during Ring Premiere held last night.
Martin Segado—The Tech
Current W1 residents tour a partially-finished apartment in NW35 on Feb. 14. A group of undergraduates, GRTs, and housemasters who intend to move into W1 will live in 57 rooms of NW35 until fall 2010.
Jessica Witchley—The Tech
The bezel for the 2010 Brass Rat is presented to the Class of 2010 during Ring Premiere held last night in Kresge Auditorium. Besides the typical features of the beaver grasping a diploma, the phrase “IHTFP” is hidden in the buildings in the background and a fire truck is included to represent a Sept. 11, 2006 hack.
Andrea Robles—The Tech
The Ring Committee toasts the Class of 2010 at the end of Ring Premiere held last night in Kresge Auditorium.
Andrea Robles—The Tech
Steven Mo ’10 waits anxiously for the 2010 Brass Rat to be revealed during Ring Premiere held last night in Kresge Auditorium.
Steve Howland—The Tech
Co-captain Balaji V. Sridhar ’09 reaches for a shot in the squash team’s final match of the year against Boston College. MIT participated in the College Squash Association Team Nationals this weekend, beating Kenyon College 7-2, losing to the University of California, Berkeley 3-6, and ending with an 8-1 victory over Boston College.
Ramya Sankar—The Tech
Actor Christopher Walken is presented with Hasty Pudding Theatricals’ “Man of the Year” Award in a ceremony on Feb. 15 in New College Theatre at Harvard University. The presentation was followed by the Hasty Pudding Theatrical Club’s presentation of “Fable Attraction.”
Noah Spies
Julie C. Andren ’10 competes in the shot put during the Coed Invitational at MIT on Feb. 16. Andren finished 11th in the event with a distance of 8.89 meters. The women’s track and field team will compete in the New England Division III Indoor Track and Field Championships this weekend.
Aaron Sampson—The Tech
Sophia L. Harrison ’08 maneuvers between the uneven bars at the women’s gymnastics meet on Feb. 16. Harrison finished first in the uneven bars with a score of 9.450 on her way to winning the all-around competition (36.725), followed by fellow senior Sarah N. Trowbridge ’08 who placed second (35.950). The team finished first in the tri-meet against Rhode Island College and Boston University in what was Harrison and Trowbridge’s final home match of their collegiate careers.