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Andrew Swayze—The Tech
Union members from MIT Facilities, Police, and the Lincoln Laboratory, as well as members of the Student Union, gather in 1-190 on Friday to discuss the ongoing budget crisis at the Institute.
Greg Steinbrecher—The Tech
Smell you later: Personal hygiene supplies will be placed in the reading rooms from the last day of classes to the last day of finals, as mandated by a new bill passed by the Undergraduate Association Senate on Monday.
Jingyun Fan—The Tech
Students, mostly from East Campus and Random Hall, demanded more input into the dining reform process during a protest in Lobby 7 on Friday, the second day of Campus Preview Weekend. The event was organized by the Campaign for Students.
Jessica Liu—The Tech
The Campaign for Sanitizer: On Monday, the Senate passed a bill requiring that personal hygiene supplies be placed in reading rooms from the last day of classes to the last day of finals. Senators also discussed campus dining reform and the hours cutbacks at MIT Medical.
Jingyun Fan—The Tech
Sticky notes protesting proposed changes to Campus Dining were posted on pillars in Lobby 7. Protesters are concerned that student input is not being considered in designing the new dining plan.
Aditi Verma
Members of the MIT Raas team dons traditional Rajasthani attire and regale the crowd with their energetic performance at Rishtey, the South Asian American Students Club’s culture show on Friday.
Eric D. Schmiedl—The Tech
For Campus Preview Weekend 2010, hackers installed a high-class lounge (complete with pool table, sleeping cat, whiskey, and hack plans) upside down on the Media Lab Arch the morning of April 8.
Eric D. Schmiedl—The Tech
Castle Bravo, Supa Dupa, and Technicolor perform at the MIT Live Music Connection’s Battle of the Bands on April 10, during Campus Preview Weekend 2010.
Eric D. Schmiedl—The Tech
On Saturday, during Campus Preview Weekend 2010, a banner appeared in Killian Court asking “Emily, Will You Go to Prom w/ Me?” Judging by the behavior of a couple that walked through Killian shortly after the banner appeared, the prospective student got his date.
Justina Cho
The Chorallaries perform at the CPW Activities Midway held in Johnson this past Saturday. Many organizations welcomed the prospective freshmen to their booths.
Andrew Swayze—The Tech
Keri A. Dixon ’11 connects with the ball during the softball game against Worcester Polytechnic Institute on Sunday. The Engineers won in the eighth inning of the game. (See story, page 20)
Andrew Swayze—The Tech
Kathleen M. Kauffman ’12 looks for holes in the Smith College defense during the women’s lacrosse game on Sunday. The Engineers won a 20-4 victory over Smith College.
Andrew Swayze—The Tech
Corey Garvey ’10 works to evade Springfield College defenders during the men’s lacrosse match on April 10. Despite Garvey’s efforts, the Engineers lost 16-4.
Andrew Swayze—The Tech
The MIT men’s rugby squad takes on the club team from Suffolk Law on April 10th.
Andrew Swayze—The Tech
Adam Mustafa ’11 competes in the men’s hammer throw during the track and field meet on Saturday. MIT defeated Bates College and Colby College to place first in the meet.
David Chen—The Tech
Course 6 professor Scott Aaronson persuades prefrosh to join the electrical engineering and computer science department at the during the second annual Professor Talent Show on Saturday. Professor Aaronson was voted the winner of the event for his fast-paced and hilarious presentation.
Feng Wu—The Tech
Under the leadership of Hope, played by Jennifer Shi ’13, the Rebels capture Caldwell B. Cladwell, played by Joseph Tennet ’10, in Next House’s production of Urinetown, performed by Next Act. The musical took place Thursday, Friday, and Saturday night in Next House’s Tastefully Furnished Lounge.
Eric D. Schmiedl—The Tech
Residents of Senior House drop bouncy balls on prefrosh during the dorm’s 2010 Bouncy Ball Drop for Campus Preview Weekend, on Friday.
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Chancellor Phillip Clay welcomes prospective freshmen of the Class of 2014 to MIT on Friday morning at Kresge Auditorium. Professors Nancy Kanwisher of the Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences and Jonathan Gruber of the Department of Economics also spoke at the event.
Andrew Swayze—The Tech
The men’s varsity lightweight crew competes in the Joy Cup versus Yale and Georgetown on Saturday. The winning teams received T-shirts from the losing teams.
Aviv Ovadya—The Tech
Prefrosh learn to fold modular cubical structures during Firehose, sponsored by the Educational Studies Program. Classes were taught from 11 p.m. to 3 p.m. on Thursday and covered topics such as Lagrangian mechanics and literary theory.
Feng Wu—The Tech
Admissions officer Matthew L. McGann ’00 and Tim the Beaver entertain prefrosh and parents during CPW’s closing remarks and variety show in Kresge auditorium on Saturday night.