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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Yale Professor Charles Perrow (right) gave the Arthur Miller Lecture on Science and Ethics on “The Next Catastrophe: Reducing Our Vulnerabilities to Natural, Industrial, and Terrorist Disasters” in the Media Lab’s Bartos Theater on Monday, Oct. 22. He is the author of a book with the same title.



Maria Brennan, assistant director of the International Students Office, welcomes Yew Chin Leow G and his wife Kimberly Ang to the inaugural ISO Jeanty International Tea.



The construction of the NW35, the new Ashdown House, on the northwest side of campus continues. If all goes according to plan, the first residents will be admitted in the summer or fall of 2008.



A enthusiastic driver leans out the window of his car while stopped on Bay Street Road near Kenmore Square shortly after the last game ended. The Sox defeated the Colorado Rockies 4-3 Sunday night, claiming their second World Series win in the past four seasons.



Inebriated college students flooded the streets of Boston just past midnight on Monday morning to celebrate the Red Sox victory. The Sox defeated the Colorado Rockies 4-3 on Sunday night, claiming their second World Series win in the past four seasons.



MIT men’s soccer vs. Salve Regina College, Sept. 4.



Forward Nicholas R. LaBounty ’09 crashes the net against Boston College in Johnson Ice Rink on Wednesday. LaBounty’s second period goal gave them a brief 2-1 lead, but MIT went on to lose 4-2.



Jet Li, martial artist and international film star, appears as one of three keynote speakers at the China in Development Conference on Monday in the Wong Auditorium. This is the first China in Development Conference organized by the MIT-China Development Initiative.



Paul Romer, one of the nation’s leading economists and developer of New Growth Theory, addressed the Millennium Campus Conference participants as the economics keynote speaker.



MIT hackers hung a large bomber silhouette with the letters ‘DTYD’ in the middle of Lobby 7 on the morning of April 18. The letters refer to the large annual party of the same name.


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