Photos by David M. Templeton
Professor James Sherley hangs up sheets of stickers on the first floor of the Student Center proclaiming "Say No To June 30," regarding his last official date of employment at MIT after being denied tenure.
Craig Ferguson, Scottish comedian and Emmy-nominated host of CBS's "The Late Late Show," hosts CBS's national broadcast of Boston's 2007 Independence Day celebrations at the Hatch Shell on the Esplanade.
A Massachusetts State Police boat patrols the waters of the Charles River in front of MIT, safeguarding the barge housing thousands of explosive charges for Boston's 2007 Independence Day Fireworks Spectacular.
John "Cougar" Mellencamp performs "Our Country," the first single off his new album Freedom's Road, in front thousands at the Hatch Shell for Boston's 2007 Independence Day celebrations.
Boston Pops conductor Keith Lockhart, wearing a policeman's raincoat due to the inclement weather, directs the 1812 Overture during Boston's 2007 Independence Day celebrations at the Hatch Shell. See more photos on pages 6 and 7.
The Blue Man Group plays a PVC pipe instrument, accompanied by the Boston Pops, during Boston's 2007 Independence Day celebrations at the Hatch Shell on the Esplanade.
The Boston Pops perform behind the singers of the Boston Children's Chorus at Boston's 2007 Independence Day celebrations held at the Hatch Shell on the Esplanade.
Identical twins Patrick J. Smadbeck ’09 (behind) and James B. Smadbeck ’09 wrestle in a pool of Jell-O behind Burton-Conner on Sunday evening as part of the West Side Bash for Residence Exploration.
Colleen P. Mosley ’09 and Navine Nasser-Ghodsi ’09 battle it out with their foam weapons during the Residence Exploration West Side Bash on Barry Astroturf Field Sunday evening.
Freshmen (clockwise from bottom-left) Amelia R. Browning ’11, Jacob L. Albritton ’11, Kristen M. Anderson ’11, and Mengwen Zhang ’11 play the card game Fluxx in Burton-Conner on Tuesday afternoon.
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