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Freshmen in the Discover Nuclear Science and Engineering FPOP take a break at Salem Commons in Salem, MA on Aug. 27. DNSE aims to introduce freshmen to the nuclear engineering department through faculty lectures and fun afternoon events.



Members of “Equality Now” protest against Proposition 8 during the 39th Annual San Francisco LGBT Pride Parade on June 28. The parade centered around this year’s theme: “In Order to Form a More Perfect Union…”



Midshipman 3rd Class Evan Roth, a Harvard sophomore, marches in the vigil in honor of those who were and are Prisoners of War or Missing in Action on the evening of Nov. 4 in Lobby 10. The vigil was a joint ROTC effort sponsored by MIT, Harvard, and Tufts.



Aviva Rose Siegel ’13 and Aubrey L. Samost ’10 skate to “Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy” during the MIT Figure Skating Club’s annual exhibition in Johnson on Mar. 12. The exhibition featured beginner skaters performing their first single skate, along with professional skaters such as freshman Curran Oi who placed 6th in the 2009 US Figure Skating Championships.



The cruise ship Carnival-Fascination is docked at Nassau, The Bahamas on the evening of March 22.



Maja Wiehrowska ’13 (left) and Laura Royden ’13 (right) dance in liquid nitrogen during the CPW Festival on Thursday. The liquid nitrogen ice cream, provided by East Campus, is an icon of MIT student culture.



Prospective freshmen play a twisted version of Twister during the CPW Festival held in Johnson on Thursday. Participants in the East Campus-sponsored event wore T-shirts with twister dots on them, adding a human dimension to the Twister mat.



Maja Wiehrowska ’13 (left) and Laura Royden ’13 (right) dance in liquid nitrogen during the CPW Festival on April 8. The liquid nitrogen ice cream, provided by East Campus, is an icon of MIT student culture.



Karen M. Davie ’08 fights for the ball during the Engineer’s game versus Clark University on Tuesday, Oct. 2. MIT won 1-0.



Jean E. “Liz” Theurer ’10 dribbles the ball past Loretta White of Wellesley College in the second half of Tuesday’s soccer game. Theurer scored two goals to lead the Engineers to a 4-1 victory.


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