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Elizabeth D’Arienzo—The Tech
From left: Professors Alan P. Lightman, Troy Van Voorhis, Rosalind W. Picard, and Alex Bryne listen as Dean Daniel E. Hastings PhD ’80 speaks during the discussion portion of the Veritas Forum last Saturday in Kresge Auditorium. The speakers presented their worldview relative to the topics of “life, the universe, and MIT” at the forum, which was followed by a moderated discussion when the speakers answered audience questions. The professors had a diverse range of views on questions of philosophy and religion.
Quentin Smith—The Tech
Bldg. 32 basement across from Rm. 082 (Men and Women)
Joanna Kao—Tech file photo
MIT-EMS responds to an emergency call during the Jan. 12 blizzard. A woman unaffiliated with MIT was struck by a falling tree branch.
Joanna Kao—The Tech
E15-098 (Women) and E15-099 (Men)
Quentin Smith—The Tech
50-002 (Women), 50-009 (Men), 50-353 (Women), and 50-350 (Men)
Quentin Smith—The Tech
Barker Library Fourth floor (Women)
Joanna Kao—The Tech
E14-189 (Women)
Quentin Smith—The Tech
W20-572a (Unisex)
Quentin Smith—The Tech
33-306 (Women)
Situation for Noon Eastern Time, Tuesday, April 5, 2011
janet D. lin
The MIT Alternative Spring Break students and Historic Green volunteers pose in front of the restored playground. Sitting: Helen L. Yang ‘13, L to R, front: Ho Chit Siu ’14, You C. Yoon ’13, Janet D. Lin ’13, Julia K. Jaskolska ’13, Susan S. Virgem ’11, Lily A. Xu ’12, Angel (Historic Green), Jeff Z. Chen ’12, Jim (Historic Green). L to R, Back: John (Historic Green), Dan (Historic Green).
Jessica Liu—The Tech
The steps and sidewalks in front of the Stratton Student Center are being repaired with fresh concrete, expected to continue until late April.
Joanna Kao—The Tech
E15-198 (Women) and E15-199 (Men)
Yushiro Okamoto
Marine Iguanas seen on an excursion to Isabela Island in the Galápagos. Architecture students learned that the locals value animals highly.
maria A. cassidy
Terrascope students follow farmers of the Hallusarige Village in India through uncultivated land as part of their field work.
Quentin smith—The Tech
50-002 (Women), 50-009 (Men), 50-353 (Women), and 50-350 (Men)
Eric hernandez
Theta Delta Chi (TDC) volunteers at Camp Sunshine in Maine. L to R: Christopher L. Cervantes ’13, David Orozco ’14, Eric Hernandez ’13, Ryan A. Rosario ’12, Alejandro Aguirre ’13, Sergio Fernandez ’14, Eduardo D. Russian ’13, Louis M. Lamia ’14, Ernesto Reza-Garduno ’13, Christian Landeros ’14.
Christine S. Lai
MIT Habitat for Humanity builds houses in Birmingham, Ala. Left to right: Jemale D. Lockett ’14, Michelle Fung ’13, Christine S. Lai ’13, and Marcela I. Rodriguez ’13.
Quentin Smith—The Tech
66-047 and 66-147 (Women)
Joanna Kao—The Tech
E14-662 (Men) and E14-698 (Women)
Quentin Smith—The Tech
35-330 (Men)
Jessica Liu—The Tech
“Dis(Course)4” was recently installed in the Building 3 stairwell by Craig A. Boney G, James R. Coleman G, and Andrew J. Manto G for the MIT150 Festival of Art, Science and Technology (FAST). The installation is composed of aluminum pieces shaped with a water jet cutter.