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Illustrations by Amanda Aparicio
Illustrations by Amanda Aparicio
Illustrations by Amanda Aparicio
Bruno b. F. faviero—The Tech
Yin-Jen “Angela” Wang ’13 dances in Motown, a show put on by MIT Mocha Moves Dance Squad and featuring MIT Fixation.
Jessica Liu—The Tech
William Tashman ’13 scores in the Men’s Basketball NEWMAC semifinal game against Babson College on Saturday. The Engineers maintained an early lead to defeat Babson 65-42.
Christopher A. Maynor—The Tech
The Chorallaries performed their nth Annual Concert in Bad Taste last Saturday evening. Bawdy jokes abounded and toilet paper was thrown around in massive quantities by both the performers and the audience in a packed 26-100 until late into the night.
Jared L. Wong—The Tech
The MIT Rifle team hosted the 2012 Mid Atlantic Rifle Conference Championships on Saturday, Feb. 25. The Engineers claimed a victory over the Penn State Nittany Lions with a final score of 2249-2229.
Having a hunched posture (left) or an unnaturally arched back (right) are both signs of a weak core. With a strong core, posture will appear much like the center photo, with shoulders back and no stressful bends in the spine.
Bruno b. F. faviero—The Tech
(Left to right): Mitali Kini ’15, Long V. Le ’12, and Jin Stedge ’13 dance in Motown, a show put on by MIT Mocha Moves Dance Squad, with a guest performance by MIT Fixation.
By David Da He — Staff Photographer Aperture: ƒ/7.1 Exposure Time: 1/160 sec. Sensitivity: ISO 100 Effective Focal Length: 18 mm
This photo is of the colorful MIT sail boats in front of Boston’s Back Bay. It is an HDR (high dynamic range) photo, meaning that it is a composite image of three different exposures that have been superimposed on one another. HDR was used to bring out the details in the shadows during the sunset. A small aperture was used to have both foreground and background in focus.