The Tech - Online EditionMIT's oldest and largest
newspaper & the first
newspaper published
on the web
Last Published: April 14, 2016
Boston Weather: 23.0°F | Fair

Photos by Christopher A. Maynor

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

Veggie Galaxy, a vegan diner and bakery, is now open in Central square.

A Mechanical Engineering student launches an “angry bird” at targets downrange on Killian Court Friday afternoon. The energetic event was the culmination of several weeks’ worth of designing and building in 2.009 (The Product Engineering Process).

Members of LBGT@MIT hosted a colorful closet in Lobby 10 on Wednesday, a day after National Coming Out Day. Members of the MIT community were welcome to “come out” of the closet throughout the day.

Viewers watch the race from the Boston University bridge, a prime spot for many fans and spectators of the regatta.

The women’s championship doubles teams make their way through the starting line. The Boston skyline and overhead clouds made for a serene view of the race.

Craig Slater of Navesink River Rowing rows through the first mile of the men’s championship singles race.

The season’s first flakes of snow float through the lights shining over Steinbrenner Stadium on Wednesday night.

A statue of John Harvard overlooks the Occupy Harvard movement on a wet Wednesday afternoon. The protest group has raised concerns over a wide set of issues at Harvard, from alleged questionable investment practices to unfair contracts for employees of the university.

The Occupy Harvard movement, though unique to the university in a few aspects, clearly owes most of its inspiration to Occupy Wall Street.

<< First   1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | ... | 20   Last >>