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Feng Wu—The Tech
Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano addressed the MIT community with “The Future of Science as Public Service” at the 2011 Compton Lecture, held Monday in Kresge Auditorium. Napolitano spoke on how the collaboration between scientists and the government will be the future of national security. The Secretary was the first woman to give a Compton Lecture.
Manohar Srikanth—The Tech
Manohar Srikanth—The Tech
William Yee—The Tech
Laura M. Wacker ‘13 rushes toward the goal under pressure from Bridgewater State lacrosse players on Saturday, March 12. The Engineers lost 9-8.
Melissa Renée Schumacher—The Tech
Works of origami art submitted to the 10th Annual OrigaMIT Student Origami Competition are now on display in the Weisner Student Art Gallery in W20. Shown here is Tim the Beaver, designed and folded by Michelle Fung ’13. The exhibit runs until the end of April.
Turner Bohlen—The Tech
MIT freshman Stephen A. McCrory (front left) passes clubs with professional jugglers Peter Panic, Dan Foley, and Joel Harris while all four balance atop 5–7 foot tall unicycles. This performance rounded out a night of juggling last Friday evening at Juggle Mania in 54-100.
Manohar Srikanth—The Tech
Bryna Oi — sister of Curran Y. Oi ’13— performs at the MIT Figure Skating Exhibition on Saturday. The event drew skaters and spectators from the MIT community and the Boston area.
Vivek Dasari—The Tech
B-girl Colleen M. Gallagher ’11 holds a freeze at Imobilare practice last Monday night.
Video by Quentin Smith
Undergraduate Association Presidential and Vice Presidential candidates Allan E. Miramonti ’13 and Alec C. Lai ’13 are seen in this screen capture from the UA Presidential Debate, held Sunday evening on the first floor of the Stratton Student Center. Miramonti and Lai are the only ticket running in the election.