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Arfa Aijazi—The Tech
Professor JoAnne Stubbe received the 2009 National Medal of Science for her pioneering work in understanding the enzymes involved in DNA replication and repair.
David M. Templeton—Tech File Photo
President Barack Obama will be speaking about clean energy at Kresge Auditorium on Friday. Obama is seen here at a campaign stop in Boston in February 2008.
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The new Boston West Route will no longer travel over the BU Bridge on its return into Cambridge, and Boston East will not venture as far into residential areas because of noise complaints at night.
Jessica Liu—The Tech
MIT Capriccio members Serdar Karatekin ’10, Xavier R. Gonzalez ’10, and Manuel L. Rivera ’10 perform during the 4th annual Cena a las Seis in Morss Hall on Saturday. Other events included performances by MIT Casino Rueda, Mariachi Veritas de Harvard, Ken Lopez ’12, and an address by keynote speaker Dr. José Oscar Mur-Miranda ’95.
Yuanyu Chen—The Tech
Adam K. Boyles, director of the MIT Symphony Orchestra, conducts John Williams’s “The Cowboys Overture” at the MITSO Family Weekend concert this Thursday in Kresge Auditorium.
Yuanyu Chen—The Tech
The violinists of the MIT Symphony Orchestra stood for the entirety of their performance of Symphony no. 38, “Prague” by Mozart at the MITSO Family Weekend concert this past Thursday in Kresge Auditorium.
Melissa Renée Schumacher—The Tech
The MIT Festival Jazz Ensemble performs “Quietude” by Thad Jones at the “Technology on the March” Family Weekend Concert on Friday evening.
Jessica Liu—The Tech
Cecily L. Joujon-Roche ’12 spikes the ball during the women’s volleyball game against St. Lawrence University in Rockwell Cage on Saturday. MIT defeated St. Lawrence to place second in the MIT Quad Tournament. Eastern Connecticut State University and UMass Boston also participated.
Cole Houston—The Tech
Erika C. Granger ’10 slides to the ground as she scores the first goal of the game for the Engineers during the women’s soccer game against Smith College on Saturday at Steinbrenner Stadium. The Engineers won 6-0 under overcast skies.