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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Photos by Andrew Swayze

Maxwell Mann ‘12 observes as Nathan Lachenmyer ‘10 works to free the drive chain from the bell at the Kendall Red Line station. The MIT Kendall Band Preservation Society began their work repairing and refurbishing the Paul Matisse musical sculpture yesterday.

Kathleen M. Kauffman ’12 looks for holes in the Smith College defense during the women’s lacrosse game on Sunday. The Engineers won a 20-4 victory over Smith College.

Keri A. Dixon ’11 connects with the ball during the softball game against Worcester Polytechnic Institute on Sunday. The Engineers won in the eighth inning of the game. (See story, page 20)

Adam Mustafa ’11 competes in the men’s hammer throw during the track and field meet on Saturday. MIT defeated Bates College and Colby College to place first in the meet.

The MIT men’s rugby squad takes on the club team from Suffolk Law on April 10th.

Corey Garvey ’10 works to evade Springfield College defenders during the men’s lacrosse match on April 10. Despite Garvey’s efforts, the Engineers lost 16-4.

The men’s varsity lightweight crew competes in the Joy Cup versus Yale and Georgetown on Saturday. The winning teams received T-shirts from the losing teams.

Stephanie C. Leger ’11 leads the charge against Williams College on Thursday last week. The Engineers lost 12-5.

Oh snap! After narrowly avoiding a collision with Princeton’s boat, whose steering cable had snapped, the men’s heavyweight crew team came in second at the Compton Cup last Saturday.

Former Peruvian president Alejandro Toledo speaks about the interaction of poverty, growth, and democracy, particularly with regard to South and Central America, as part of the Legatum Pericles lecture series in the Wong Auditorium on Monday.

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