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Greg Steinbrecher—The Tech
Fariborz Maseeh ScD ’90 contributed $24 million to complete the construction in W1, which had stalled for lack of funds. Maseeh Hall is scheduled to open in fall of 2011 and will help expand MIT’s student population.
Monica Gallegos—The Tech
Elijah Mena—The Tech
MIT’s Senegalese percussion group RAMBAX, Feb. 13.
David Chen—The Tech
MIT Open Ballroom Dance Competition, April 24.
edward lau—The Tech
Senior Reactor Operator Agata E. Wisniowska ’11 performs a startup, June 4.
Eric D. Schmiedl—The Tech
Lady Gaga visits MIT Museum, June 30.
Greg Steinbrecher—The Tech
Man-Yan Lam ’11 guides the Women’s crew team, Oct. 24.
Sarang Kulkarni—The Tech
Barnum and Bailey elephants on Mass. Ave., Oct. 12.
Arfa Aijazi—The Tech
Cecilia R. Louis ’10 sings with the Chorallaries, May 2.
David M. Templeton—The Tech
Women’s Rugby regionals, Nov. 6.
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Scott Pilgrim gives a new twist to the usual boy-meets-girl story.
Logan P. Williams—The Tech
New Sloan building (E62), Sept. 17.
Nicholas Chornay—The Tech
Philanthropist, Microsoft co-founder, and Harvard dropout Bill Gates speaks to students in Kresge Auditorium on April 21 about global health, poverty, and education. He encouraged students to apply their talents toward tackling these issues.
David Chen—The Tech
An Evening with Champions at Harvard, April 16.
Andrew Swayze—The Tech
The U.S. Army’s artillery squad fires off cannons during the Boston Pops’ rendition of Tchaikovsky’s “1812 Overture.” The “1812 Overture” is a traditional part of the July 4th Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular at the Hatch Shell.
william yee—The Tech
MIT’s Dance Troupe, May 7.
Elijah Mena—The Tech
New security cameras, Aug. 27.
Joanna Kao—The Tech
President Susan J. Hockfield spoke on January 7, 2011 about the uniqueness of the MIT community and thanked the MIT 150 steering committee for their work in putting together the MIT 150 exhibit. The exhibit floor at the MIT Museum was packed with students, alumni, and faculty. There were 657 people in the exhibit by the end of the speeches.
Stephanie C. Lin—The Tech
Dramashop performs Arms and the Man, April 16.
Andrea Robles—The Tech
Maja Wiehrowska ’13 (left) and Laura Royden ’13 (right) dance in liquid nitrogen during the CPW Festival on April 8. The liquid nitrogen ice cream, provided by East Campus, is an icon of MIT student culture.
Sarang Kulkarni—The Tech
Shakespeare Ensemble’s rendition of King Lear, Oct. 23.
Xuan Yang—The Tech
MITSO performs “Ladder to the Moon,” Dec. 4.
Brian hemond—The Tech
A V-22 Osprey tilt-rotor aircraft departs Briggs Field, May 3.
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 on the morning of April 8.
Justina Cho—The Tech
Rubblebucket Orchestra at the Middle East, Feb. 20.
The Class of 2012 Brass Rat design leaked to dorm mailing lists before the revealing ceremony on Feb. 12.
Sam Range—The Tech
Professor Donald Sadoway toasts to his last day of 3.091, Dec. 8.
David Chen—The Tech
Genius grant for graviational wave detection, Oct. 8.
Minh Phan—The Tech
Nicholas A. Davis ’14 goes for the layup, Dec. 7.