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Photos courtesy of Rachel Weeks
Photos courtesy of Rachel Weeks
Source: Baker House Desk
According to data maintained by Baker House desk, so far this year, inbound packages are up only about 30 percent. Above is a histogram with seven day bins.
Photos courtesy of Rachel Weeks
Courtesy of david saltzberg
The Antarctic Impulsive Transient Antenna (A.N.I.T.A) balloon payload, with which Saltzberg works in Antarctica.
Logan P. Williams—The Tech
E62, the new Sloan building, is now open for classes. The building will be dedicated in May 2011. The chain‑link sculpture in front of the building (left) was designed by Cai Guo-Qiang, and was completed in June.
Photos courtesy of Rachel Weeks
Focus Features
Clooney is all charisma but even that can’t save The American from blandness
Source: Federal Bureau of Investigation; Illustration by Justin R. Gallagher; Design by Connor Kirschbaum—The Tech
These charts, derived from quarterly and annual FBI field office data, represent statistics on bank robberies in the United States from 2003 to 2009.
Logan P. Williams—The Tech
Students have been receiving many more packages this year, clogging mail rooms at dorms. Some blame Amazon Student, a new program that gives free two-day shipping for students with .edu mail accounts.
Stephanie Lin—The Tech
Yoshio S. Perez ’11 and Joanna E. Faulk ’11 dance to traditional Mexican music played by the Mariachi Palenque. Students celebrated the Dia de la Independencia (Mexico’s Independence Day) delicious food, live music, and dance on Sept. 16. This year is the bicentennial.