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MIT plans to replace seven parking lots with new mixed-use development. Though the city has passed the rezoning proposal, each new building will still have to go through design and approval processes.
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MIT’s plans include large open spaces for pedestrians, and possibly indoor public commons. Shown here is a possible view of ground-floor spaces near the Kendall T stop.
.Vanessa Trevino—The Tech
James R. McKinney ‘13 hits a single to drive in a run in the eighth inning against WPI last Friday. Later in the eighth inning, Creed J. Mangrum ‘14 hit the second home run for the Engineers. Ricardo J. Perez ‘13 delivered a home run in the first inning and Henry Zhu ‘13 closed the game pitching in the ninth inning. MIT defeated WPI 11-7 and completed the NEWMAC series 11-3 and 11-5 the following day.
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Another view of an early conception of a new gateway. These renderings include the MIT Press Building, the fate of which is unclear due to historical considerations.
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An artistic rendering of an early conception of a new gateway to MIT where the current Kendall T stop stands, across from the Marriott Hotel. The gateway is intended to mirror the prominence of 77 Mass. Ave.
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A possible view from 3rd Street. MIT hopes that new retail in Kendall Square will bring a diverse lineup of storefronts.
Melissa Renée Schumacher—The Tech
Two vintage P-51 Mustangs from the Air Force Heritage Flight Foundation flew over Fenway Park on Monday to mark the start of the Red Sox’s first home game of the season, against the Baltimore Orioles.
Tiffany Ira Huang—The Tech
A performer plays the sitar at “Rawaj: A Pakistani Cultural Night,” an event hosted by Pakistanis@MIT this past Saturday evening in La Sala de Puerto Rico.
Subramanian Sundaram
Jungle Fires performs live at TEDxYouth Charles River in 32-123 on Sunday, April 7. The independently organized TED event included talks by 10 speakers.
Sophie Lee
Kyra Horne ’15 runs the ball past two defenders during the women’s rugby game versus Wentworth Institute of Technology this past Saturday. MIT won 53-10.
HyoJeong Choi ’13 (foreground) and Hrant Gharibyan ‘14 perform in the Dramashop’s production of Elektra. The play will be shown at the Kresge Little Theatre this Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 8 p.m.