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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Physics Nobel Prize winner Adam G. Riess ’92 gives a talk in 10-250 about his research in measuring the rate of expansion of the universe. The auditorium filled in the first three minutes.



(Left to right) Karen Mills, Guy Broadbent, Jill Becker, Michael Casper, Joanna Dowling, and William Emhiser speak on the Advanced Manufacturing Success Stories Panel. On Monday, Nov. 28, MIT hosted the White House’s Advanced Manufacturing Partnership Regional Meeting to discuss ways to boost advanced manufacturing in the U.S.



A street sign on Memorial Drive fell as a consequence of the strong winds yesterday. The police were notified to prevent any accidents.



Attendees at the 9/11 ceremony on Sunday listen to President Susan J. Hockfield’s remarks in Lobby 10. According to Hockfield, the ceremony was convened to “honor those who lost their lives and those who gave their lives on Sept. 11, 2001.”



Members of the MIT community pause to take pictures of the flag hung underneath the dome after the Sept. 11 reflection ceremony Sunday.



Rainn Wilson from “The Office” speaks on the “Education under Fire” panel. On Nov. 11, Amnesty International brought Wilson to MIT to talk about the persecution faced by members of the Bahá’í faith in Iran.



Central Square will see new delights and renovations in the coming year.


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