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Jessica Liu—The Tech
Robert M. Randolph was appointed MIT’s first Chaplain to the Institute in September 2007. Randolph also serves as Bexley’s housemaster.
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Michael A. Nackoul ’13 earned a bronze medal for his weight class at the National Collegiate Weightlifting Championships and hopes to represent the U.S. at the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
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Wyatt L. Ubellacker ‘13 competes at the NCAA Division III Championships. He qualified for the Olympic Trials in the 50 freestyle shortly after.
Jaswanth Madhavan—The Tech
Orevaoghene S. Attah ’15
christopher a. maynor—The Tech
Meme-related products are displayed for sale at last Friday’s ROFLCon III. Special guests at the “Internet culture conference” included Alan Schaaf, founder of Imgur, and Blake Boston, also known as “Scumbag Steve.”
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Amadu A. Durham ’15
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Lilian L. Guevara ’14
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David C. Christoff ’14
Photo by peter mountain. courtesy of warner bros. pictures
Resurrected vampire Barnabas Collins (Johnny Depp) presides over his familial home in Dark Shadows.
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Mary A. Breton ’14
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Scott E. Sundvor ’12
Thomas A. Villalon jr.—The Tech
The MIT Men’s Rugby team normally plays in the Division III New England club division, but they currently have a 4-1 record against Division II teams.
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Daniel Jang
Co-captain Tara P. Sarathi ’12 scores a crescent kick on her opponent at the 2012 National Collegiate Taekwondo Championships held at MIT April 7 and 8.
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Maria A. Cassidy ’14
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John-Ross D. Andrews ’12
Tiffany Ira Huang—The Tech
Civil and Environmental Engineering seniors (left to right) Abhradeep Sarkar ’12, Michael A. Chen ’12, Julia A. Hopkins ’12, Yusung “John” Lim ’12, and Nicholas “Nicky” Soane ’12 hung weights off a hanging chain to find the ideal arch geometry for their bridge. Bridge testing for 1.013 (Civil Engineering Design Project) took place in Lobby 7 at noon this Wednesday. Each bridge was required to hold 2,500 pounds without failure. Each group was also required to demonstrate that their bridge could safely hold the weight of all team members combined.
Ekaterina Botchkina
MIT students surveyed a wide range of overseas opportunities at Monday’s International Development Career Fair on Monday.
Sarah Ritter—The Tech
Jonathan E. Rea ’14 pilots his robot “Jack.” One of the tasks of the 2.007 competition this year was to raise a mass in the air, and some robots, like “Jack” did this through a ladder mechanism.
Tiffany Ira Huang—The Tech
Rebecca Heywood poses in front of her group’s PVC bridge.
christopher a. maynor—The Tech
The exterior of the MIT chapel, a nondenominational chapel dedicated in 1955. The chapel, designed by Eero Saarinen, is surrounded by a moat that reflects light into the interior of the chapel.
Sarah Ritter and Connor Kirschbaum—The Tech
Sarah Ritter and Connor Kirschbaum—The Tech
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A robot scores points by hitting a lever to complete a task.
Tiffany Ira Huang—The Tech
Scott T. Landers ’12 loads his team’s bridge. Inspired by Calatrava’s designs, their team took on the challenge of resolving the huge torsion forces that an asymmetrical design creates.
Connor Kirschbaum—The Tech
JOseph Maurer—The Tech
Adam Reynolds ‘01 is on the leadership team for There’s Gotta be Something More. TGBSM provides venues for discussions of faith and life for the MIT community.
Tiffany Ira Huang—The Tech
(Left to right) Catherine A. Johnson ’12, Andrew W. Pierson ’12, Meredith L. Lis ’12, Tiffany K. Cheng ’12, and Reece P. Otsuka ’12 with their 2,500-pound-loaded bridge.
Connor Kirschbaum and Sarah Ritter—The Tech
Sarah Ritter—The Tech
A robot flings a mass into the air as part of a task during the 2.007 competition Wednesday.