Photos by David M. Templeton
The Zesiger Sports and Fitness Center (near) and the Johnson Athletics Center are seen on a crisp January morning.
Back Ekaterina R. Kononov ’12 prepares to pass during the women’s rugby team’s scrimmage in the cold, windy rain on Saturday evening on Robert’s Field. The club team beat Boston College 12-3.
From left: Kelly A. Strominger ’10 and Deborah C. Markham ’10 board the boat after snorkeling in the South West Bay off Nassau, The Bahamas on Tuesday, March 23.
Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano speaks in the Emma Savage Rogers Room (10-340) last Friday. Napolitano met with the heads of Boston-area universities at MIT to discuss how national security can be aided by higher education.
Women’s Rugby regionals, Nov. 6.
The barge that fired off Boston’s Fourth of July fireworks show caught fire around 5 a.m. yesterday morning, six hours after the end of the show. The Boston Fire Department’s harbor unit extinguished the fire around 6:10 a.m.
Students (left to right) Katherine C. Rowe ’10, Katrina M. Ellison ’10, Joseph D. Roy-Mayhew ’08, and Matthew R. Zedler ’07 are all smiles after mtvU and General Electric surprised them with a $25,000 grant for winning the first-ever mtvU-GE ecomagination Challenge. Their proposal, “Biodiesel@MIT,” is an apparatus that can convert waste vegetable oil into biodiesel for the campus.
Graduate Dhruvatej Boddupalli ’07 cheers as “Master of Business Administration” is announced during Commencement 2007 on Friday, June 8, in Killian Court.
Jeffrey I. Schiller ’79, network manager for Information Services & Technology, is responsible for helping create and maintain MIT’s computing network.
Grant D. Tomassi ’11 scores a goal late in the fourth period as the Engineers beat the University of California Santa Cruz, the defending NCAA Division III national champions, 13-9 Friday evening at the Zesiger Center Pool.<< First 1
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