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Joanna Kao—The Tech
Senator Scott Brown (R-Mass) observes a demonstration by Materials Science and Engineering and Biology Engineering Professor Angela M. Belcher during a tour of the Institute for Soldier Nanotechnologies at MIT.
Situation for Noon Eastern Time, Tuesday, February 8, 2011
David chen—The Tech
Changes might be coming to the Number 1 Bus route. The MBTA has proposed that some stops along Massachusetts Ave. be eliminated, and buses could be given traffic signaling priority.
John A. Hawkinson—The Tech
Anna L. Tang listens as defense attorney Robert A. George argues that she should not be committed to a mental institution. The prosecution presented no testimony or evidence in favor of such commitment, he said.
David somach ’11
The MIT Alpine Skiing team competed at Cranmore in January 2010. The Ski team was one of the eight sports which lost its varsity status in spring of 2009.
Joanna Kao—The Tech
eric swenson
Nicholas C. Swenson ’12 reads the green during a 2009 match. Today, the golf team continues as a club sport after losing its varsity status almost two years ago.
ethan a. solomon—The Tech
The MIT Men’s Hockey team prepares for a game against Merrimack on Tuesday evening.
ethan a. solomon—The Tech
The MIT Golf team makes use of the Paul Rudovsky Indoor Training Room for practice.
David Chen—The Tech
Vivian A. Lee ’12 and Cynthia S. Lu ’12 improvised to the song “Singing Song” as part of the Asian Dance Team at the Association of Taiwanese Students Lunar New Year Festival on Sunday, Feb. 6.
Joanna Kao—The Tech
Even though we’re getting wet feet from stepping in the melted snow puddles, these puddles can be quite beautiful. Here’s a view of Lobby 7 and its reflection in a large clear puddle in front of the Student Center.
David Chen—The Tech
WeiYang Sun ’11 dazzles the crowd with his Chinese Yo-Yo skills at the Association of Taiwanese Students Lunar New Year Festival on Sunday, Feb. 6.
David Chen—The Tech
Ruobing Lu ’14 performed a traditional Dai dance to the song “Bamboo Wave.” The Dai people are one of several ethnic groups in China. The performance was part of the Taiwanese Students Lunar New Year Festival on Sunday, Feb. 6.
Logan P. Williams—The Tech
Adjacent to the MIT Coop, the courtyard by the Kendall Marriott is being renovated this winter by the owner of 3 Cambridge Center, Boston Properties. The existing plaza will be demolished, new drainage and waterproofing will be added, and it will be re-paved and landscaped. The courtyard is seen from above, looking towards Building E38 (MIT Press).