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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Photos by Biyeun M. Buczyk


(Right to Left) Lauren H. Stephens ’14 at Bow, Lauren R. McGough ’12 at Two, and Juliann E. Lajoie ’13 at Three power the Susan Hockfield in Sunday morning’s race against Stanford. The Engineers lost to Stanford in both the first and second varsity eights. A day earlier, MIT defeated Buffalo, crossing the line at 7:12.96 to Buffalo’s 7:19.77.



Kelly Duncan ’11 weaves through Springfield College’s defense during the Women’s Lacrosse game this past Saturday. Springfield defeated MIT 15-9.



Alex W. Andrzejewski ’11 charges Babson College’s offense during the Men’s Lacrosse game this past Saturday. It was a close match, with Babson defeating MIT only by one point at 10-9. The final home game will take place tomorrow at 1 p.m.



Julia C. Hsu ’14 serves the ball during the final heated sets against the Skidmore Thoroughbreds on Sunday afternoon. The Engineers earned their eighth consecutive victory, defeating the Thoroughbreds 6-3. MIT will play Simmons College this Saturday, April 23, at 1 p.m.



Students throw colored powder in celebration of the spring season at MIT’s Holi celebration on Sunday. Holi is celebrated widely in South Asia. For more photos of the event, p. 10.



Undergraduate Association President Vrajesh Y. Modi ’11 holds up the iPad used to sign a recommitment to MIT’s charter at the MIT Next Century Convocation on April 10.



East Campus warriors blare their vuvuzelas during the annual East vs. West Water War on Kresge Oval yesterday evening. The water war is a time-honored Residence Exploration (REX) tradition.



Maria Ferrante serenades Nobel Laureate Peter Diamond PhD ’63 (Economics 2010) with the joys of caffeine and its importance in coffee during Chemist in a Coffee Shop, this year’s Ig Nobel mini-opera.



Maria Ferrante serenades Nobel Laureate Dudley Herschbach (Chemistry 1986) with the joys of caffeine and its importance in coffee during Chemist in a Coffee Shop, this year’s Ig Nobel mini-opera.



Julia C. Hsu ’14 volleys the ball back to Tufts in the No. 2 doubles on Tuesday. The Engineers lost the match 7-2.


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