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Andy Ihnatko
Two men discuss how to fix a motorized drive axle at Swapfest on September 16. The event, a fleamarket for electronic and computer parts, is held on the third Sunday of every month from April to October. It’s is located near the intersection of Albany Street and Main Street.
Graphic by Joanna Kao and stephen Suen
Interactive by Sarah Coe, Stephen Suen, and Joanna Kao. Interactive can be found at http://tech.mit.edu/V132/N48/foodinspections/index.htm.
Elijah Mena—The Tech
There were 33 restaurants and eateries in Cambridge inspected. The food establishments are inspected two times each year during unannounced visits.
robert white
The Framework Pavilion, designed and built by architecture graduate students Robert White, David P. Moses, Barry Beagen, and Trygve H. Wastvedt, explores the idea of semi-permanent spaces on campus.
Benjamin F. Reynolds—The Tech
Doorknobs in dorms were adorned with signs advertising MIT Together two weekends ago. The website together.mit.edu provides information on the different student wellness resources at MIT.