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For some, Eleven Heavy Things can turn into a test of acrobatic skills.
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3rd floor Z-Center
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Transfer request rates in the 2011 adjustment lottery. Right: first-choice requests into and total requests out of adjustment-eligible dorms. Left: percentage of freshmen temporarily housed in a dorm who requested to transfer out in the adjustment lottery.
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Miranda July poses with one of her installation pieces from Eleven Heavy Things.
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1st floor Z-Center
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Sports complex
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2nd floor Z-Center
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Pi Beta Phi will be moving in to the MIT-owned property at 405 Memorial Dr. next year. The house was formerly occupied by the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity, and has since undergone big renovations.
Top: Robin L. Deits; Bottom: Jennifer Wang
East Campus and Maseeh Hall residents race land-yachts during REX on Tuesday. A frenzied week-long build followed EC’s challenge to Maseeh last week. Although both teams had produced fully functional yachts, there was not enough wind to race. The teams are looking forward to racing on the next windy day. Top: Maseeh students strap a rollerblade to their yacht. Bottom: EC and Maseeh racers gather outside 7-11 in Technology Square.
source:http://www.Sixtenmit.com
Rendering of a lobby view of the future 610 Main St. complex. Pfizer announced yesterday it is signing a 10-year lease for 180,000 square feet of the yet-unconstructed building, predicted to be complete by the end of 2013.