The Tech - Online EditionMIT's oldest and largest
newspaper & the first
newspaper published
on the web
Boston Weather: 24.0°F | Overcast
David M. Templeton—The Tech
Raymond S. Stata, prominent benefactor of the Ray and Maria Stata Center, will deliver the 2010 Commencement Address to graduates on June 4. Stata is seen here at the Analog Devices corporate headquarters in Norwood, MA where he is Chairman of the Board of Directors.
Michael T. Lin—The Tech
Cameron Hood (left) and Ryan Green relax between songs as the evening winds down in Caitlin Mason’s apartment on March 7. Mason invited them over for gaming after missing their March 6 concert.
Connor Kirschbaum—The Tech
On March 14 (π day), Admissions released decisions for the Class of 2014. Overall this year, 9.7 percent of the 16,632 applicants were accepted. See story, p.1
Arthur Petron—The Tech
Professor and associate head of the physics department Krishna Rajagopal loves teaching, but also has an appreciation for photography.
Arthur Petron—The Tech
Professor of Electrical Engineering Rajeev J. Ram teaches about application-based electrical engineering, such as optical traps and nanoactuators.
Arthur Petron—The Tech
Norvin W. Richards, professor of linguistics and philosophy, has deep insights into both linguistics and teaching.
Arthur Petron—The Tech
Anette E. “Peko” Hosoi, who is currently on sabbatical at Harvard, shows some of the things she’s been working on while away from MIT. Hosoi was recently chosen as a MacVicar fellow.
Arthur Petron—The Tech
Professor Krishna Rajagopal, Professor Norvin W. Richards PhD ’97, Professor Rajeev J. Ram, and Associate Professor Anette E. “Peko” Hosoi, were named MacVicar Fellows on Tuesday.
Eric D. Schmiedl—The Tech
Supa Dupa and the Shallow Romantics performed at the Student Center’s Mezzanine Lounge on March 12, hosted by the MIT Live Music Connection.
David M. Templeton—The Tech
Back Ekaterina R. Kononov ’12 prepares to pass during the women’s rugby team’s scrimmage in the cold, windy rain on Saturday evening on Robert’s Field. The club team beat Boston College 12-3.
Andrea Robles—The Tech
Aviva Rose Siegel ’13 and Aubrey L. Samost ’10 skate to “Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy” during the MIT Figure Skating Club’s annual exhibition in Johnson on Mar. 12. The exhibition featured beginner skaters performing their first single skate, along with professional skaters such as freshman Curran Oi who placed 6th in the 2009 US Figure Skating Championships.
Qiaodan Jin Stone ’13 reads the tab to the table she is waiting on at Deli Haus. The wait-staff at Deli Haus are usually dressed in a punk style.
Michael Yu—The Tech
Nathaniel S. Fox ’12 gives his stand-up comedy routine as part of a competition arranged by the MIT Stand-Up Comedy Club on Wednesday evening in Lobdell. The top eight comedians voted by the audience will represent MIT as a team to compete against other colleges in the Rooftop College Comedy Competition. The top four teams will then head to the national finals at the Aspen Rooftop Comedy Festival on June 10–13.