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Tian Ong

Friends share memories of Phyo N. Kyaw ’10 on April 7 at a memorial service and release balloons over the Charles River to symbolize their loss.

Fredo Durand

Alisha R. Schor ’G winds up to throw a pass in a game at the Boston Metro Conference last weekend. The Women’s Ultimate Frisbee team placed third, securing their spot at New England Regionals.

Manohar Srikanth—The Tech
David M. Rosen G participates in the marathon.
Ian M. Gorodisher—The Tech
Thomas J. Moriarty ’14 performs a solo for the Logarithms during the CPW Kickoff Event Thursday evening. Dean of Admissions Stuart Schmill ’86, TyShaun Wynter, and Ridonkulous also presented.
Christopher A. Maynor—The Tech
This year the Boston Marathon featured over 22,000 runners, of which approximately 96% finished the race.
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Sharon Cherop (right) won the women’s race with a time of 2:31:50 while Jemima Jelagat Sumgong (left) came in second with a time of 2:31:52.
Joseph Maurer—The Tech
On Wednesday, a variety of fake acrobats and circus performers appeared in Lobby 7.
Joseph Maurer—The Tech
The residents of East Campus Second West make liquid nitrogen ice cream Thursday evening outside of the Z-Center during their annual CryoFAC event. They served several exotic ice cream flavors, including green tea, sea salt, and lemon.
Manohar Srikanth—The Tech
Mayumi Fujita finished seventh in the women’s race with a time of 2:39:11.
Manohar Srikanth—The Tech
Brad A. Golden runs in a patriotic suit. Other runners also had humorous outfits, such as tutu dresses.
Joseph Maurer—The Tech
On Wednesday, fake circus performers were scattered throughout Lobby 7, including a ringmaster who stood next to a plinth.
Christopher A. Maynor—The Tech
Spectators peer out of a window to watch the runners.
Joseph Maurer—The Tech
One fake acrobat hangs from an aerial silk.
David Da He—The Tech
Last Friday, a large fake bomb was hung from Lobby 7 to advertise the Dance Til You Drop party held by the Burton Third Bombers (BTB).
Christopher A. Maynor—The Tech
Tommy Greenless of Walnut Creek, CA finished 36th in the men’s race with a time of 2:34:08.
Manohar Srikanth—The Tech
In addition to runners, there were 39 wheelchair racers and 21 handcycle racers who entered the marathon.
Christopher A. Maynor—The Tech
Runners are encouraged by supportive signs from the crowd.
ian M. gorodisher—The Tech
Dance troupe Ridonkulous performed at the kickoff event for CPW on Thursday evening in Rockwell Cage.
Melissa Renée Schumacher—The Tech
On Tuesday, a large Dalek appeared perched on the Stata Center. Daleks are genetically engineered organisms which appear in the British science fiction series Doctor Who.