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Nicholas Chornay—The Tech
Zuckerberg, a Harvard dropout, graciously accepts an MIT hoodie from Chancellor Grimson at the end of the discussion.
Situation for Noon Eastern Time, Tuesday, November 8, 2011
Nicholas Chornay—The Tech
Zuckerberg (and occasionally Schroepfer) answered a variety of questions covering topics ranging from online privacy to Facebook’s addictiveness — the latter of which Zuckerberg attributed to a combination of human social instinct and applied machine learning.
courtesy of Andrew Brilliant/Brilliant pictures inc.
Tinker Bell (Emily Yetter) and Peter Pan (Chuck Bradley) fly to Neverland in the new threesixty° stage production of J.M. Barrie’s Peter Pan.
Christopher A. Maynor—The Tech
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg speaks to the press outside Lobby 10 around noon on Monday. After fielding questions from the press, Zuckerberg addressed a packed 26-100. Zuckerberg also attended a recruiting event with MIT and Harvard students on Monday afternoon.
David Da He—The Tech
David Da He—The Tech
Eric Grimson PhD ’80, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, and Facebook Vice President of Engineering Mike Schroepfer.
Kailiang Chen
Zuckerberg speaks to the press prior to his appearance in 26-100. Over 2,600 students entered the ticket lottery to see Zuckerberg speak.
Courtesy of Amphibious Achievement
Sara L. Huang ’15 works with achiever Chalayna Smart to analyze an Economist article during the academic portion of Amphibious Achievement’s Sunday mentoring session.
Christopher A. Maynor—The Tech
An excited Hiawatha Bray, reporter for the Boston Globe, tries to ask Zuckerberg questions during the press event on Monday.
Fangfei Shen
This “J,” representing the J/ψ meson is displayed at the MIT Museum.
David Da He—The Tech
After an hour-long discussion with Chanceller Eric Grimson PhD ’80, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg takes questions from the audience in 26-100.
Arfa Aijazi—The Tech
Noam Angrist ’13 (left) and Ron Rosenberg ’13 founded Amphibious Achievement, a high school mentoring program that provides free athletic training and academic instruction to local high school students.
David Da He—The Tech
Facebook Director of Engineering Jocelyn Goldfein awaits Mark Zuckerberg’s arrival in 26-100.
Courtesy of Amphibious Achievement
Achiever Denise Peguero practices her diving technique at the Z-center pool.
Bruno B. F. Faviero—The Tech
Hackers hung a banner on the inside of Lobby 7 commemorating the fifth of November. The Latin is five words beginning with the letter V, meaning, “By the power of truth, I, while living, have conquered the universe” — a reference to the movie V for Vendetta.
Jared L. Wong
Jack D. Clark ’15 holds off a Harvard attacker during MIT Men’s Water Polo opener at the Collegiate Water Polo (CWPA) Northern Division championship. MIT lost a hard-fought battle with Harvard 11-10 in overtime to place fifth overall in the CWPA tournament.
Bruno B. F. Faviero—The Tech
Hackers placed a Guy Fawkes mask, worn by the character V from V for Vendetta, over the blank face of the Alchemist statue early Saturday morning. The fifth of November is commemorated in Britain for the failure of the Gunpowder Plot led by Guy Fawkes to blow up Parliament, but took on a new meaning of anti-tyranny in the movie and comic.
Erin Bailie
Marisa B. Fryer ’15 attempts to run through WPI’s defensive line during last Saturday’s New England Women’s Collegiate Rubgy Conference game against WPI. The Engineers entered the NEWCRC playoffs last week as the fifth seed and played through the snow to defeat Babson, leading them to Saturday’s 24-17 win over WPI.