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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Students in 2.009 (Product Engineering Processes) launched “snowballs” at polar bears and target flags last Friday in Killian Court as part of the class’s engineering process challenge. A variety of launching devices, such as giant slingshots and pneumatic guns powered by bicycles, were present at the festive event.



Students in 2.009 (Product Engineering Processes) launched “snowballs” at polar bears and target flags last Friday in Killian Court as part of the class’s engineering process challenge. A variety of launching devices, such as giant slingshots and pneumatic guns powered by bicycles, were present at the festive event.



Posters of missing Boston Architectural College graduate student Jonathan Dailey were put up in the Infinite Corridor. Dailey was found dead in the Charles River on Tuesday.



The events were hosted by the Dalai Lama Center for Ethics and Transformative Values.



The Dalai Lama gave a talk hosted by The Dalai Lama Center for Ethics and Transformative Values titled “Beyond Religion: Ethics, Values, and Wellbeing” at the Boston Marriott Copley Place last Sunday.



The Dalai Lama bows with others.



The Dalai Lama speaks with a panel including Father Thomas Keating and Brother David Steindle-Rast to a large crowd on Sunday.



In his talk on Sunday, the Dalai Lama emphasized that people can practice compassion and live a happy life, with or without religion.



Audience members flocked to vendors selling Buddhist items at the Boston Marriott Copley Place after the talk concluded last Sunday afternoon.



Daniel Y. Zhang ’15 and Pamela C. Cai ’16 warm up for the MITSOlite concert on Thursday evening. The chamber orchestra performed Mozart’s Symphony No. 41 to a packed audience in Killian Hall.


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