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Andrea Robles—The Tech
Dean for Undergraduate Education Daniel E. Hastings ’78 and Dean for Curriculum and Faculty Support Diana Henderson take student comments at the UA Senate meeting on Monday, Feb. 23. Topics included changes to the GIRs, holding more HASS classes in the afternoon, and development of design-based courses.
Andrea Robles—The Tech
The Oxygen Mini Digital Vaporizer from Vapir.
Michael Y. McCanna—The Tech
Hundreds of high school students from around the world competed in the Harvard-MIT Mathematics Tournament last Saturday.
Maksim Imakaev—The Tech
Andrea Frank (center) discusses her exhibit, “Ports + Ships,” with Al-Thaddeus Avestruz G (left) and photographer Charles Fendrock ’75 (right). The exhibit opened on Feb. 10 in the Compton Gallery and will remain there until June 14. Artist talks are scheduled for Feb. 24 and Mar. 31 at 2 p.m. in 10-150.
Chelsea Grimm—The Tech
Friends and teammates cheer on Jane M. Wolcott ’09 of the Varsity Openweight Women’s rowing team at the CRASH-B (Charles River All-Star Has-Beens) Sprints World Indoor Rowing Championships, begun in the ‘80’s by a group of Olympians during winter training. Wolcott finished in 10th place (of 246 competitors) with a time of 7:03.9 in the open women’s division. The 2000 meter race has been run on rowing machines since 1982. This year’s event took place at Boston University’s Agganis Arena on Feb. 22.
Vincent Auyeung—The Tech
Rachael A. Holmes ’11 gracefully pauses during her floor exercise at the gymnastics meet against Springfield College on Saturday. She scored 8.900 on the exercise.
Vincent Auyeung—The Tech
Bryan C. Hernandez ’09 holds a maltese cross on the rings at Saturday’s gymnastics meet against Temple University. The Engineers lost 324.2-305.8.
David M. Templeton—The Tech
Rebecca Roebber from the Kallari Association is seen lecturing on the production of fine chocolate at a chocolate tasting in 32-123 on Monday evening. The lecture and tasting was hosted by the Laboratory for Chocolate Science and the Western Hemisphere Project.