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Emily Kellison-Linn—The Tech
MIT has in the past recognized not only the importance of merit but also the significance of race and background.
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Anjali B. Thakkar ’12 (far back) performs with members of the Abhinaya Dance Company, hosted by MIT Natya last spring. The concert paid homage to various women from Hindu mythology.
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IKE (Interdimensional Kinetic Entity), an alien creature from the puzzle-platformer video game Quantum Conundrum, developed by Airtight Games and published by Square Enix.
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The neutral beam accelerator at the MIT Plasma Science and Fusion Center’s Alcator C-Mod tokamak.
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The Kerf Pavilion, installed near the Green Building last October as part of the Pavilion project, created spaces to sit and enjoy quieter moments on campus.
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Protagonist Bobby Strong (Trevor J. Mulchay ‘15) leads a rebellion last May in the MIT Musical Theatre Guild’s production of Urinetown, a “tale of greed, corruption, love, and revolution.”
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(Right to left) Youngsoo Jang ’15, Ingwon Chae ’14, and Richard C. Yoon ’13 take a break during filming the MIT Gangnam Style video that went viral this last semester.
Ian M. Gorodisher—The Tech
John S. Reed ’61, chairman of the MIT Corporation, hands over the Charter of MIT to President L. Rafael Reif, making Reif’s presidency official.
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Scene from Golden Globe winning Les Misérables, released Christmas Day 2012.
Akimitsu Hogge—The Tech
Sam P. Heilbroner ‘13 performs with the festival Jazz ensemble in the annual family concert, a joint concert held with the MIT Wind Ensemble in celebration of Family Weekend last October.
Joanna Kao—The Tech
MIT and Harvard presidents Susan J. Hockfield and Drew Faust announce edX during a press conference on May 2. “We come together with conviction to say that online education is not an enemy of residential education, but rather a profoundly liberating and inspiring ally,” Hockfield said.
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Brian G. Anderson ’13.
Joanna Kao—The Tech
Susan J. Hockfield smiles for the camera after the press conference in May introducing edX, MIT and Harvard’s new online learning collaboration.
Jax Kirtley
Hackers are caught on the Dome in the MIT Musical Theater Guild’s production of Hack, Punt, Tool.
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A map of planned campus-wide renovations under the “MIT 2030” framework.
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Emily Kellison-Linn—The Tech
MIT Bhangra performs in the Student Center in November at Ring the Alarm, an annual dance competition held by Mocha Moves with competing teams coming from colleges all over the Boston area. MIT Bhangra won the competition.
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ELIJAH MENA—The Tech
Martha M. Gross ’12 (second from left) places sixth in the 400-meter dash.
JESSICA WASS—The Tech
MIT swimmers compete in the 200-yard freestyle relay.
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Benjamin D. Hessels ‘14 leaps over a defender in a lacrosse game against the Wentworth Institute of Technology.
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The MIT women’s varsity lightweight crew team rows in a regatta co-hosted by MIT and Harvard-Radcliffe.
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Joseph M. Paggi ’16 (left) and Priyanka M. Chatterjee ’15 represent the A division sailing team in the Smith Cup.
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Alexander C. Klein ’15 serves for MIT against Harvard.
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