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Performers from Samba Tremeterra of the Brazilian Cultural Center during Cambridge’s annual Caribbean Carnival International. The parade started 15 years ago as a street fair and has grown to a 1.5 mile route taking it through Cambridgeport, Central Square, and Kendall Square. More information can be found on the Carnival’s Web site, http://www.cambridgecarnival.org/.



Performers from Samba Tremeterra of the Brazilian Cultural Center during Cambridge’s annual Caribbean Carnival International. The parade started 15 years ago as a street fair and has grown to a 1.5 mile route taking it through Cambridgeport, Central Square, and Kendall Square. More information can be found on the Carnival’s Web site, http://www.cambridgecarnival.org/.



Performers from Samba Tremeterra of the Brazilian Cultural Center during Cambridge’s annual Caribbean Carnival International. The parade started 15 years ago as a street fair and has grown to a 1.5 mile route taking it through Cambridgeport, Central Square, and Kendall Square. More information can be found on the Carnival’s Web site, http://www.cambridgecarnival.org/.



VERONA, ITALY—Incoming graduate student, Alex Chan G, takes a break from work to relax above Verona in Italy. This photo is part of a series that showcases the summer adventures of Tech staff members.



Civil and Environmental Engineering Instructor Stephen W. Rudolph shows Robert K. Brown ’11 a laptop computer powered by an exercise bike at yesterday’s Academic Expo in Johnson Ice Rink. The Expo gave freshmen a chance to meet faculty members from all of MIT’s Departments and academic programs.



Eddie Moore, Jr., Kieran A. Mclaughlan ’11, and Leah R. Dancy ’08 (left to right) eat lunch on Kresge Oval after Moore spoke at Wednesday’s Orientation diversity event. Moore is the director of diversity at the Bush School in Seattle.



The Graduate Student Orientation featured MIT mascot Tim the Beaver, who is shown here rubbing the head of David R. Singerman G.



Alina Gatowski ’11 washes cars at Ruah House during MIT’s CityDays on Friday, Aug. 31. Their car washing benefitted the local non-profit agency Cambridge Cares About AIDS.



(left to right) Issac Buenrostro ’11, Sylvie B. Polsky ’11, and Avril F. Kenney ’11 wash cars at Ruah House during MIT’s CityDays on Friday, Aug. 31. Their car washing benefitted the local non-profit agency Cambridge Cares About AIDS.



(clockwise from top left) Trevor J. Filter ’10, Alina E. Gatowski ’11, Christian W. Therkelsen ’11, Kyle L. Fink ’11, Avril F. Kenney ’11 and Yuanyuan J. Pao ’11 wash a car at Ruah House during MIT’s CityDays on Friday, Aug. 31. Their car washing benefitted the local non-profit agency Cambridge Cares About AIDS.


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