Photos by Andrew Swayze
New solar-powered, compacting single stream recycle bins were placed outside of the Student Center this week. The new bins aim to reduce the amount of waste going to a landfill, and they do not have to be emptied as often as regular recycling bins.
Room 4-160: Harry prepares the opening act to a Weird Sisters concert. Building 4 practice rooms are accessible only to performance ensembles members, but three piano rooms in W20 are free to the entire MIT community.
W20-483: Harry tries out muggle photography at The Tech, a publication that is infinitely superior to The
10-500: Harry studies for his O.W.L.s in the reading room of the Barker Engineering Library.
W20-429, 431, 428: Harry paints a magical moving portrait of Susan Hockfield in the Student Art Association Studio.
3-310: Instead of a magical slide to keep boys out, the Margaret Cheney room asks for a code to enter. Harry won’t be hanging out here anymore.
4-332: Harry defiesp physics by levitating a book in the physics library in building 2.
14S-100: Harry plans his next adventure using the Stein Club Map Room’s topographic map collection. The Map Room is also a nice, secluded place to study.
Akansha Kumar ’11 (left) and Shubhi Goyal ’12 perform with MIT Chamak, a South Asian fusion dance team, at the ASA Activities Midway last Friday. More than 200 student groups had booths in the Johnson Ice Rink.
A silver RV made to look like a giant toaster appeared on the dot by Building 54 yesterday. The owners were offering visitors free toast. << First 1
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