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goody clancy & associates, slide 28
Permitted building widths (façade lengths) with associated building heights, overlayed over 40 Landsdowne Street, a building with a 27,500 square foot floorplate.
Connor Kirschbaum—The Tech
A statue of Lolth, the Demon Queen of Spiders from Dungeons and Dragons, perches menacingly at PAX East.
Goody Clancy & Associates, Slide 44
Travel trends in Cambridge. Bicycle use in Cambridge has increased 150 percent from 2002 to 2010.
Anthony Kilbridge
Charles Hsu ’14 is coxswain for the MIT men’s heavyweight crew team. In addition to crew, Hsu also dabbles in violin-making, works at Weiss Lab, and aspires to become a surgeon.
Connor Kirschbaum—The Tech
The audience cheers for the start of the concerts on Saturday night at the BCEC.
connor kirschbaum—The Tech
Attendees swarm the exhibit hall at PAX East this past weekend at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center.
Alisha Schor
Kathleen M. Hoza ‘14, right, skies her defender at Centex in the game against UIUC. The Engineers went on to win seventh in their division.
Connor Kirschbaum—The Tech
The audience at a PAX concert enters zombie mode, per Jonathan Coulton’s request for the song “Re: Your Brains.”
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An example upper-floor building connection; such connections are encouraged for tenants needing over 35,000 square feet. They would be set back at least 35' from a street and would be at least 80 percent transparent.
Jan Valerie
Spencer D. Schaber G negotiates a turn during the criterium race. Schaber won the Men’s A circuit race earlier as part of the MIT cycling team’s victory this past weekend at Yale.
Connor Kirschbaum—The Tech
Jerry Holkins (“Tycho”) and Mike Krahulik (“Gabe”), the creators of Penny Arcade, host a Q&A on Sunday afternoon.
Connor Kirschbaum—The Tech
A head crab zombie from Half Life 2 wanders the expo floor.
Connor Kirschbaum—The Tech
A ReDead from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time made an appearance at PAX East.
jessica j. pourian—The Tech
A colorful variety of polyhedral dice for sale at a booth on the exhibit floor of the convention hall.
Colleen Irby
The MIT women’s crew varsity 8 and varsity “A” 4 teams had their best ever finish at the George Washington Invitational this year, with each team winning all three races. Their next race will be on the Charles River against University of Massachusetts and University of Buffalo on April 21.
Melissa Renée Schumacher—The Tech
Zara K. Karuman ’13 performs a routine on the uneven bars during Saturday’s gymnastics meet in Dupont.
John A. Hawkinson—The Tech
Architects Toshiko Mori and Maya Lin, center, break ground for Novartis’ new building at 181 Massachusetts Ave. The new building, on the former Analog Devices lot, should start to rise up in early 2013. To the right of Lin are outgoing City Manager Robert W. Healy, Cambridge Mayor Henrietta Davis, Massachusetts Governer Deval Patrick, and Novartis’ Mark Fishman.
Elizabeth d’arienzo—The Tech
Bryan M. Beller ’12 prepares to catch the ball at the Men’s Lacrosse game this past Wednesday afternoon. The Engineers won a decisive 8-6 victory over Salem State University.
John A. Hawkinson—The Tech
Workers install an image on the side of N52, the MIT Museum, for an exhibit in the Kurtz Gallery — Berenice Abbott, Photography and Science: An Essential Unity, which runs May 3, 2012 through Dec. 31, 2012.