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The top line (maroon) shows the number of applicants per year, while the bottom line (maroon) shows the number admitted. The bar graph (black) shows the percentage change in applicants from year to year.
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MIT Campus Police officer Joseph D’Amelio was arrested Saturday on drug trafficking charges after receiving a package containing hundreds of prescription painkiller tablets at an auto shop in East Boston.
Meng Heng Touch—The Tech
Latifah B. Hamzah ’12, the piece’s concertmaster, plays Carl August Nielsen’s Symphony No. 3 (Sinfonia Espansiva) last Friday in Kresge.
Meng Heng Touch—The Tech
The MIT Symphony Orchestra performed Carl August Nielsen’s Symphony No. 3 (Sinfonia Espansiva) on March 13 in Kresge Auditorium.
Meng Heng Touch—The Tech
Kevin Dong Gyun Woo ’12 plays the cello in Joseph Haydn’s Symphony No. 102. Woo was the principal player for both Hadyn’s piece and John Harbison’s Canonical American Songbook.
Michael Meyer—The Tech
Kelly Duncan ’11 looks upfield for an open teammate during Saturday’s women’s lacrosse matchup on Roberts Field. The Engineers defeated Bridgewater State 13-10.
Dan Kubaczyk
Thomas S. Caldwell ’09 does an L-seat on the rings during MIT’s match versus the College of William and Mary on March 13. The engineers lost 335.7-314.4 in their final home meet.
Seth A. Villarreal—The Tech
Wenjia Zhu ’11 and Bo Han ’10 use the Lindgren Library lobby for a quick phone conference on March 16. Because of budgetary constraints, Lindgren Library (Building 54) and the Aeronautics and Astronautics Library (Building 33) will likely close in the near future, as reported in last week’s Tech.
Martin Segado—The Tech
Atheist philosopher Peter Singer (professor of bioethics at Princeton University, left) addresses questions about morality and ethics last Saturday as Christian philosopher John Hare (professor of philosophical theology at Yale, right) looks on. Eric Gregory (assistant professor of religion at Princeton, center) moderated the discussion, which was part of MIT’s Veritas Forum. The event, organized by campus Christian organizations with help from Veritas Forum staff, invited prominent speakers to discuss ethics, beauty, and the relationship between science and faith.