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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Photos by Elijah Mena

Jordan Lloyd Norman Allison, a graduate student in the School of Architecture and Planning, walks through the gate near the railroad tracks. The path links the west and the northwest sections of campus.

Paul D. Niksch, a graduate student in Health Sciences and Technology, walks under the security cameras in W31. The cameras are positioned at the intersection of the locker rooms and the hobby shop.

Stephen T. Frost ’13 and Caitlin R. Pomeroy ’13 unveil the bezel of the 2013 Brass Rat on Friday night. The bezel features the beaver, who clutches a branch with four leaves, and a framing square in the shape of a seven. The beaver sits atop eight ivy leaves.

Professor Steven B. Leeb ’87 holds up the three-foot screw awarded to him for winning this year’s Big Screw contest, an annual fundraiser sponsored by Alpha Phi Omega. Leeb is a professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and teaches 6.115 (Microcomputer Project Laboratory) and 6.131 (Power Electronics Laboratory). All proceeds from the contest, which totaled $2,629.63, will go to the Pine Street Inn, as chosen by Leeb. As is tradition, Leeb will pass the Institute Screw trophy to the next Big Screw winner in the spring of 2012. For totals raised by all Big Screw nominees, see page 17.

Kyle J. Hannon ’13 competes in the 1500-meter run, finishing with a time of 4:00.36.

Martha M. Gross ’12 (second from left) places sixth in the 400-meter dash.

Michael J. DuPlessis ’14 (right) races toward the finish of the 100-meter dash. He came in third.

Nicholas A. Diamantoni ’15 runs in the 400-meter dash. He came in second in this heat, but 11th overall.

Sheldon N. Trotman ’14 competes in the triple jump. He finished with a distance of 12.93 meters.

Salman Khan ’98 delivered the 2012 Commencement address on June 8. The founder of the widely-used educational site Khan Academy told the graduating seniors to listen to others, to appreciate every opportunity, and to be responsible with the status and power of money.

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