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Gavin Darcey ’11 takes a shot past a Brown defender during Friday’s water polo game. MIT went on to lose 5-4 in a close game.
Sam Range—The Tech
Construction crews broke ground for the installation of a new sculpture in front of W20. The piece, by Jaume Plensa, is scheduled to be installed in November.
Meng Heng Touch—The Tech
The pledges of Phi Kappa Theta perform a skit/dance based on the “Yes Dance” of YouTube fame at Sigma Kappa’s Late Night. The variety show, held last Friday, benefited the Sigma Kappa Foundation’s Alzheimer’s research funding campaign.
Sam Range—The Tech
Phillip L. Clay PhD ‘75 speaks during the question and answer phase of the State of the Institute address on Wednesday. During the annual summary of the Institute’s financial and strategic positions, administrators emphasized the stability and sustainability of MIT’s current budget, following significant cuts over the last year.
Sam Range—The Tech
President Susan Hockfield delivers opening remarks at Wednesday’s State of the Institute address. During the annual summary of the Institute’s financial and strategic positions, administrators emphasized the stability and sustainability of MIT’s current budget, following significant cuts over the last year.
Sam Range—The Tech
Provost L. Rafael Reif speaks during the question and answer phase of Wednesday’s State of the Institute address. During the annual summary of the Institute’s financial and strategic positions, administrators emphasized the stability and sustainability of MIT’s current budget, following significant cuts over the last year.
Sarang Kulkarni—The Tech
Comedian Robert “Bo” Burnham poses with fan Stephen A. McCrory ’14 (right) after performing in Kresge last Saturday. Stephen surprised the audience during the show with a poster depicting “i times Santa is real,” a line Bo had used a few seconds earlier in one of his songs.
Sarang Kulkarni—The Tech
Vicky Chow performs at a concert in Killian Hall Monday, in which she played pieces by Ryan Anthony Francis, John Cage, Daniel Wohl, Evan Ziporyn, Andy Akiho, David Lang, and Jakub Ciupinski.