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*2009 numbers do not include the Sloan School of Management, though 2006–2008 do.
courtesy of Ben Folds
Singer-songwriter Ben Folds is scheduled to perform for Spring Weekend on Sat. April 25. Folds, known for top-40 hits like Brick and Rockin’ The Suburbs, will headline; the opening act is not yet decided.
SCREENSHOTS FROM HTTP://MYMIT.INFO
Eight Class of 2013 applicants created http://mymit.info, a website spoofing the popular MIT Admissions blog site. The site has blogs from five applicants to the Class of 2013.Ben Jones, the former MIT admissions officer who created the original mitadmissions.org, said on their site “You guys are brilliant. If I still worked at MIT, I’d fight to the death for you all in committee. Bravo!” Jones also told The Tech that he “was wholeheartedly impressed by their efforts — one of the coolest things I’ve seen in a long time. :-)”Randall Munroe, creator of the popular XKCD web comic, also drew a special comic for the site (right).The site became well-known earlier this week after a link was forwarded to many dormitory mailing lists. Colton Provias of Saltsberg, PA was the lead developer of the site
Andrea Robles—The Tech
Michael Demyttenaere ’10 slams the ball across the net during a match against Daniel Webster College. The Engineers defeated the Eagles 3-0.
Eric D. Schmiedl—The Tech
Barry M. Kudrowitz G of the MIT band Supa Dupa performs at the Student Art Association’s open house on Feb. 6 in the W20 coffeehouse.
SCREENSHOTS FROM HTTP://MYMIT.INFO
Eight Class of 2013 applicants created http://mymit.info, a website spoofing the popular MIT Admissions blog site. The site has blogs from five applicants to the Class of 2013.Ben Jones, the former MIT admissions officer who created the original mitadmissions.org, said on their site “You guys are brilliant. If I still worked at MIT, I’d fight to the death for you all in committee. Bravo!” Jones also told The Tech that he “was wholeheartedly impressed by their efforts — one of the coolest things I’ve seen in a long time. :-)”Randall Munroe, creator of the popular XKCD web comic, also drew a special comic for the site (right).The site became well-known earlier this week after a link was forwarded to many dormitory mailing lists. Colton Provias of Saltsberg, PA was the lead developer of the site.
Helen Hou—The Tech
Susan Hockfield invites questions from the MIT-China Forum audience after a talk given by His Excellency Zhou Wenzhong, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the People’s Republic of China on Tuesday.