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Amita Gupta Freshmen Arts Program dancers Mitali Kini ’15 and Francisco X. Peña ’15 (top) stand by their artwork painted on the windows of the Student Center.
AMITA GUPTA
Matt McGann ’00 (left) and Chris Peterson (right), associate admissions director and admissions counselor for web communications, respectively, were driving forces behind the new admissions wiki.
Ethan A. Solomon—The Tech
Kevin L. Brown ’88 (left) sits in MIT’s Forbes Family Café in Building 32, and demonstrates the new wormhole by talking to Neal Soderquist (right), who is sitting in Stanford University’s Forbes Family Café.
SylEr Wagner
Katie BODner
Coach Mike Singleton gives the MIT men’s soccer team a talk during an intense early season practice this Thursday.
ethan a. solomon—The Tech
Speakers placed in a plastic dome above the table of the wormhole direct audio to students at MIT from those at Stanford.
katie bodner
The energetic Engineers Women’s Soccer players run down the field at Steinbrenner Stadium during one of their practices.
jessica l. wass—The Tech
Discover Ocean Engineering participant Jiaming Zeng ’15 modifies her underwater video-taking robot.
Manohar Srikanth—The Tech
katie bodner
Jack D. Clark ‘15, Dylan J. Hallman ‘15 and Kyle D. Bowman ‘15 relax after a grueling water polo practice.
IAN M. GORODISHER AND JESSICA L. WASS—THE TECH
source: mitadmissions.org
Left, admissions website after redesign. Right, website before redesign.
source: mitadmissions.org
Left, admissions website after redesign. Right, website before redesign.
jessica l. wass—The Tech
The long-awaited Fariborz Maseeh Hall has opened its doors to freshmen and upperclassmen alike.
Sam Markson—The Tech
Ravi Coltrane, right, performing at Jazzcub Unterfahrt in Munich, Germany. Left, Drew Gress on bass.
Ethan a. solomon—The Tech
Incoming freshmen take advantage of fun opportunities to use high tech, expensive equipment such as laser printers in the Discover Materials Science and Engineering Pre-Orientation program.
Jessica L. Wass—The Tech
John A. Hawkinson—The Tech
Yet another camera (left) was recently added to those monitoring campus from atop the Green Building. The new camera, ensconsced in its dome on the south-east corner of the rooftop, appears to be remotely controllable, unlike the previous two cameras still mounted on the roof. It overlooks the Dot, the East Campus dormitory, Walker Memorial, and Building 14. Thomas W. Komola of the Security and Emergency Management Office indicated he’d be happy to discuss the new camera next week after the hurricane was over. The original two cameras were installed last fall.
jessica l. wass—The Tech
Jessica l. wass—The Tech
Most freshmen arrived on campus this week to participate in one of about 20 pre-orientation programs. On Wednesday night, close to 100 of these freshmen gathered to play Capture the Flag in the tunnels under and around the Infinite Corridor.
Jessica L. Wass—The Tech
Here’s a cool picture we took over the summer. Send pictures of your summer experiences to us at photo@tech.mit.edu!