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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Professor Noam Chomsky reflects upon the Arab Spring and Western foreign policy in the Middle East on Wednesday evening. The event was hosted by the MIT Presidential Fellows/Sidney Pacific Distinguished Lecture Series.



Madeleine E. Bairey ’15 rounds a curve during MIT’s first track meet of the indoor season Saturday afternoon. MIT easily defeated its opponents, finishing with 210 points against Bates College’s 88 and Colby College’s 80.



Workers take down the MIT150 banners hanging from the facade of the entrance to Building 7 Monday morning.



Fredric F. Ehrich ’47, an MIT senior lecturer, instructs students during the IAP subject “Introduction to Jet Propulsion.” The class began hands-on testing of a jet engine.



Mr. Allen holds a test copy of The Tech while explaining the printing process that is happening behind him.



A Mass Web printer rests his ink-stained hand on a roll of paper bound for the press.



A worker prepares a stack of issues for tying and packaging.



A pressman adjusts the flow of black ink to the transfer roller of the press with gentle taps of his wrench.



In this photo taken at the docks of the sailing pavilion, the Prudential and the John Hancock Towers in the background are competing with the masts in the foreground for vertical dominance while the spectators enjoying the beautiful view on the roof of the pavilion are silhouetted by the glimmering Charles River.



David A. Alfonso ’13 and Iris Xu ’14 sail upwind during the Hatch Brown Trophy regatta on Sep. 17. The regatta attracted teams from as close as Harvard to as far as the University of Minnesota.


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