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The victors sport their Stars and Bars National Championship jerseys and gold medals while leaning against the 44.6-degree velodrome racing surface.
Kate Wymbs
Michael L. Garrett G, Spencer D. Schaber G, Zachary A. LaBry G, and Zachary S. Hartwig (right to left), representing MIT’s cycling team, rode in tight formation during the team pursuit portion of the Cycling Track National Championship. MIT won the Division II championship. The event was held September 20-22 in Frisco, TX.
brian hoffer
The Kerf Pavilion creates spaces to sit and enjoy quieter moments on campus.
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Christopher A. Maynor—The Tech
The Dalai Lama speaks with a panel including Father Thomas Keating and Brother David Steindle-Rast to a large crowd on Sunday.
Ekaterina Botchkina—The Tech
Students gathered Wednesday evening outside of the Student Center for a candlelight vigil honoring victims of domestic violence.
Christopher A. Maynor—The Tech
Audience members flocked to vendors selling Buddhist items at the Boston Marriott Copley Place after the talk concluded last Sunday afternoon.
Akimitsu Hogge—The Tech
The Dalai Lama greets the crowd during his lecture “Stages of Meditation: Buddhism for the 21st Century” on Tuesday.
Christopher A. Maynor—The Tech
The Dalai Lama bows with others.
Akimitsu Hogge—The Tech
The Dalai Lama speaks during his lecture “Stages of Meditation: Buddhism for the 21st Century” last Tuesday in Kresge Auditorium. The lecture was based on a text by the 8th Century Buddhist scholar Acharya Kamalasila. In a humorous moment, he accepted a baseball hat bearing the MIT logo. For article and photos, see p. 10-11.
Elijah Mena—The Tech
Simmons Hall is composed of aluminum panel facades.
Christopher A. Maynor—The Tech
The Dalai Lama gave a talk hosted by The Dalai Lama Center for Ethics and Transformative Values titled “Beyond Religion: Ethics, Values, and Wellbeing” at the Boston Marriott Copley Place last Sunday.
Tiffany Ira Huang—The Tech
James Taylor, five-time Grammy Award-winning musician, made a special appearance last Sunday at the Dalai Lama’s talk at the Boston Marriott Copley Place.
Tiffany Ira Huang—The Tech
Adrian Anantawan, a renowned violinist born without a right hand, opens the event on Monday with a violin solo.
Emily Kellison-Linn—The Tech
Madeline L. Wharton ’14 combats her opponents in Tuesday’s field hockey game against Wheaton College. MIT won 11-2.
Tiffany Ira Huang—The Tech
John D. Sterman, professor at Sloan School of Management, is thanked by the Dalai Lama and donned with a sash.
Christopher A. Maynor—The Tech
In his talk on Sunday, the Dalai Lama emphasized that people can practice compassion and live a happy life, with or without religion.
Christopher A. Maynor—The Tech
The events were hosted by the Dalai Lama Center for Ethics and Transformative Values.
Tiffany Ira Huang—The Tech
The Dalai Lama talked about the need to care for our planet in the morning panel on Monday.