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David M. Templeton—The Tech
Crowds gather in Lobby 7 to view the beginning ceremony of the 2011 Mystery Hunt. Codex Alimentarius won this year’s hunt in 42 hours.
Did the U.S. make the right or wrong decision in using military force in Afghanistan?
—courtesy of the weinstein company
Love is (sometimes) in the air in Derek Cianfrance’s Blue Valentine, starring Ryan Gosling and Michelle Williams.
—courtesy of columbia pictures
Seth Rogen and Jay Chou star in The Green Hornet as a crime-fighting duo.
Should we use military force to prevent Iranian nuclear development?
Did the U.S. make the right or wrong decision in using military force in Iraq?
JOanna Kao—The Tech
Last Wednesday’s blizzard destroyed multiple trees on campus. This branch, formerly near the intersection of Main and Vassar Streets, fell and hit a woman, unaffiliated with MIT, on the back of her neck.
Melissa Renée Schumacher—The Tech
Philip D. Tynan ’11 tries to solve one of the problems in the final round of the 2011 Integration Bee. He won, calculating three of the final round integrals (many problems were not solved). Tynan received a copy of “100 Great Problems of Elementary Mathematics” by Heinrich Dörrie, and earned the title of Grand Integrator.
Sam Range—The Tech
In celebration of Wikipedia’s tenth birthday, hackers installed a suspended globe of puzzle pieces, modeled after the online encyclopedia’s logo, in Lobby 7. Wikipedia’s logo, used since 2003, is an incomplete puzzle composed of pieces bearing characters from various languages.