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Nicolás E. Del Castillo ’14, in a photo uploaded to Facebook this August.
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Mission Hill’s bassist performs during Fredfest in the East Campus courtyard on Friday.
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Forward Chester Chambers ’15 plays offense in the men’s soccer game against Springfield on Saturday morning. The Engineers lost 1-0 to Springfield, which scored their lone point during the second half.
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“Adam Erza Group” invited 4th East onto the stage to perform with them at Fred Fest on Friday. Fred Fest is an annual outdoor concert hosted by EC.
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This futurist humanoid machine was featured at the art gallery space at t=0, the entrepreneurship conference that took place at MIT this past weekend. Engineers, scientists, architects, inventors, and hackers came together to invent something new.
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A delicate work of art by Art Politis is showcased at the art gallery at t=0.
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The t=0 stage featured Mitch Kapor, founder of Lotus Development Corporation; Brad Feld, the co-founder of Foundry Group and TechStars; Rich Miner, the co-founder of Android; Dharmesh Shah, the founder and CTO of HubSpot; and other entrepreneurs and innovators.
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Instrument designer Jason Sidney Sanford displays one of his creations. Sanford also led a workshop focused on the importance of feedback in design.
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An instrument created by Jason Sidney Sanford and Zacharay Katz. Besides Sanford and Katz, t=0 also featured Mitch Kapor, the founder of Lotus Development Corporation; Brad Feld, the co-founder of Foundry Group and TechStars; Rich Miner, the co-founder for Android; Dharmesh Shah, the founder and CTO of HubSpot, and many more entrepreneurs and innovators.
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David A. Alfonso ’13 and Iris Xu ’14 sail upwind during the Hatch Brown Trophy regatta this Saturday. The regatta attracted teams from as close as Harvard to as far as the University of Minnesota.
Several “joke” candidates nominally won UA senate elections, but will not actually serve. From left to right, Leopold the Cat, Totoro, Pikachu, and Naked Abe Lincoln (pictured here clothed) — who won two elections.
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Engineers, hackers, and others come together to take part in the Start-Up Lab at t=0 this past weekend. Each team proposed a business solution to a real-world problem: some proposed solutions to help change the educational landscape, and others tackled challenges in the health sector.