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Phillip V. Caruso
Angela Bassett and Morgan Freeman in Olympus Has Fallen.
Courtesy of Polydor Records
The cover of L.A.-based Canadian/Danish duo Rhye’s new album “Woman.”
Phillip V. Caruso
Aaron Eckhart and Ashley Judd in Olympus Has Fallen.
A. R. Sinclair Photography
Left to right: Kurt Diebner, Carl-Friederich von Weizsäcker, Otto Hahn, Werner Heisenberg, Paul Harteck, Walther Gerlach, Max von Laue, Horst Korsching (seated on floor), Karl Wirtz, and Erich Bagge in “Operation Epsilon.”
Nick Chornay—The Tech
Shown in white in this model from MITIMCo are three proposed lab or commercial office buildings along the south side of Main Street. (The Media Lab appears at the left.)
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Satisfy your curiosity: thumb through the visual stories of fashion throughout the 20th century.
infographic by ian gorodisher
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Ashley Benson playing Brit, the “most twisted” female character in Spring Breakers.
Situation for Noon Eastern Time, Friday, March 22, 2013
Melissa Renée Schumacher—The Tech
Mark Antony (Zachary D. Tribbett ’13) stands over the dead body of Julius Caesar (Christopher D. Smith ’13) in the MIT Shakespeare Ensemble’s performance of “Julius Caesar.”
Nick Chornay—The Tech
An eastern gateway to MIT at the current site of the T stop across from the Marriott Hotel is part of MITIMCo’s vision for Kendall Square. One possible view of the gateway is depicted in this model, which sits in a room on the ground floor of 1 Broadway, where there will be an open house on Saturday, March 23, at 10 a.m. and on Tuesday, March 26, at 6 p.m. MIT would like to develop the area for a mixture of commercial, residential, and “innovation” purposes, with open spaces and inviting storefronts at the street level.
Courtesy of A24
The main female characters in Spring Breakers pictured from left to right are Faith (played by Selena Gomez), Brit (Ashley Benson), Cotty (Rachel Korine), and Candy (Vanessa Hudgens).
nick chornay—The Tech
MIT plans to construct commercial, academic, and residential buildings on what are currently parking lots. In this model from MITIMCo, the three near white buildings are possibilities for commercial buildings on the south side of Main Street. (In the foreground are the Green Building and East Campus dormitory.)
Sophie Chung
Flour, a good place to grab a tartine or have a never-ending cuppa and catch up with a friend.
Melissa Renée Schumacher—The Tech
Choose to Reuse was held on Thursday in the TSMC lobby of the Stata Center. Items that are no longer used can be donated rather than thrown away, and the donated items are then available for free to whomever wants them. The event is organized by Working Green at MIT, and held on the third Thursday of every month.
Jessica L. Wass—The Tech
Multiple news outlets were spotted on campus this Wednesday covering the hoax email sent out early that morning.
Predictions by Austin Osborne
Vanessa Trevino —The Tech
Cecilia A. Viggiano G protects a pass while searching for an open teammate. MIT held a consistent lead over the Boston College Eagles, winning the scrimmage 13-7. The women’s water polo team currently stands at a 3-2 record.