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Aditi Verma—The Tech
His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama, Tenzin Gyatso, addresses a packed Kresge Auditorium on Thursday afternoon at the inaugural event of The Dalai Lama Center of Ethics and Transformative Values, a venture under MIT’s Office of Religious Life.
Biyeun Buczyk—The Tech
Professor Linn W. Hobbs communicates with ham radio operators across the globe using the MIT Radio Society’s beam antenna on the roof of Walker Memorial. Thursday marked the 100th anniversary of the club’s founding. The club will be operating a special event station through May 14 and will be having a reunion this summer.
Vibin Kundukulam—The Tech
ManYan Lam ’11 lies down on a bed of electronically actuated cylinders at the Silent Dance Party held last Saturday at the Center for Advanced Visual Studies. The cylinders vibrate, going along with the music that she hears; it was part of a workshop using low-frequency vibrations which included students from Gallaudet University, a school for the deaf.
Michael K. Yu
Renaldo M. Webb ’10 (left) presented his project for the 2009 MIT IDEAS Competition at a poster and judging event on Monday evening in Lobby 10 and the Bush room.
Eric D. Schmiedl—The Tech
Robert A. Boyd ’10 lifts his bike off the repair stand outside the Zesiger Sports and Fitness Center after using the stand’s built-in bike pump to inflate his tires on Wednesday afternoon. MIT installed bicycle repair stands next to the Z-Center and next to the Stata Center recently.
Meng Heng Touch—The Tech
The 2008 Nobel Prize Winner in Literature, Jean-Marie Gustave Le Clézio, answers questions from the audience during a discussion in 32-123 on Tuesday.