Photos by Elijah Mena
Team Codex Seraphinianus coordinate and work on problems Friday night during the Mystery Hunt. They were based in several rooms in Building 5 this year.
Phillip D. Hunt ‘12 is pole vaulting over the bar. He tied for fourth place in the event at the tri-meet held by MIT on Jan. 16 versus Bates College and Colby College. Both men’s and women’s team won.
Richard (Christopher D. Smith ’12) asks Lady Anne (Grace M. Kane ’11) to kill him if she will not marry him. MIT Shakespeare Ensemble’s final performances of Richard III are on Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m.
Mad Margaret (Elise C. Kuo ’11), widow of Henry VI, curses her enemies.
President Barack Obama announced on Thursday that he intends to nominate Subra Suresh ScD ’81, Dean of MIT’s School of Engineering, to be the next director of the National Science Foundation. If confirmed by the Senate, Dean Suresh will serve as director for the next six years.
President Barack Obama formally nominated Subra Suresh ScD ’81, Dean of MIT’s School of Engineering, to be the next director of the National Science Foundation last Wednesday. If confirmed by the Senate, Dean Suresh will serve as director of the NSF for the next six years.
Christine Ortiz, Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, was recently appointed the new Dean of Graduate Education. She will assume her new position on August 1.
The Fourth of July fireworks are seen from the top of the Green Building (Bldg. 54). Anxious spectators began lining up along the Charles River early in the morning to reserve prime viewing spots for the July 4th Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular.
A student turns back after trying to cross between Buildings 7 and 3 yesterday. Flooding water later flowed into the elevator of Building 10. The water also trapped cars.
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