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Admissions Director of Communications Ben Jones sings lead for his band, The Red Decade, at Battle of the Bands. The charity event was run by the Zeta Beta Tau fraternity to raise money for the Children's Hospital of Boston, part of the Children's Miracle Network. This year, over $2,100 was raised.



MIT hackers changed the color of the lights on the dome to red, white, and blue for Independence Day.



A fireworks display that included more than 20 thousand pounds of explosives and 10-inch diameter shells capped off Boston's 2007 Independence Day celebrations.



MIT Sloan Crew Club position themselves at the starting line for the Club Women’s Eights on Saturday, Oct. 20 during the 43rd annual Head of the Charles Regatta, held this past weekend. Over 1,700 boats completed the 3-mile course which starts at the Boston University DeWolfe Boathouse and ends past Eliot Bridge.



John M. Walton ’11 of Team Ochre shows a girl his “Cool Pool” set of modified pool balls at 2.00b Toy Product Design’s test evening at the MIT Museum on Monday.



Brooke A. Jarrett ’10 of Team Magenta demonstrates the edible creations made with her group’s “Chem Cookin’” set to children at 2.00b Toy Product Design’s test evening at the MIT Museum on Monday.



Third Eye Blind’s lead vocalist Stephan Jenkins pumps up the crowd at the 2008 Spring Weekend Concert at the Johnson Athletic Center on the evening of April 25, 2008.



Third Eye Blind played several songs from their upcoming fourth studio album Ursa Major to a cheering audience at the 2008 Spring Weekend Concert at the Johnson Athletic Center on the evening of April 25, 2008.



Third Eye Blind performs at the 2008 Spring Weekend Concert at the Johnson Athletics Center on the evening of April 25, 2008.



Sandwiched between the Van Gogh Museum and the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, the “I amsterdam” sign is a popular photographic location, even with the week’s rainy and chilly weather.


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