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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Photos by Eric D. Schmiedl

After lighting the flames under their engines, the 2.670 class watches as their creations warm up and purr to life.

One of the factors in engine speed is temperature, and here Michael A. Carvajal '09 holds his hands to keep the heat in close to three running engines — all getting a boost from an extra burner in the center.

MIT hackers ­— dressed in “V” costumes from the film “V for Vendetta” — marched to the Undergraduate Association Senate meeting last night where they gave a short speech and then set off party poppers in honor of Guy Fawkes Day.

On Registration Day Tuesday, the Sigma Nu fraternity hired The Josh Cramoy Band to perform on the steps of MIT’s Stratton Student Center.

Julia Z. Yu ’10 (right) speaks with Derek Choy and Grace Ulvevadet at the eBay booth.

Michael A. D’Ambrosio G (left) talks with Clarence Hu of Integration Appliance, Inc. during Thursday’s Career Fair. Hu stood at the entrance to the fair, holding hand-lettered signs asking, “Do you love programming? If so, let’s chat” and “Are you a non-engineer trapped in an engineer’s body?”

Swedish Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt accepts a copy of graphic designer and computer scientist John Maeda’s book Simplicity from MIT Media Lab Director Frank Moss after Reinfeldt toured the Media Lab Tuesday, Sept. 25. Reinfeldt earlier presented Moss with a copy of Helene Schmitz’s book A Passion for Systems.

(Front to back) Asilata A. Bapat ’10, Sarang N. Kulkarni ’10, Isaac M. Asher ’10, and Eric P. Brown ’08 lob pumpkins off the roof of the Green Building last Saturday night.

Roli Mandhana ’10 (left) and Sarika Chandiramani ’10 examine the handbags and other accessories up for silent auction at Kappa Alpha Theta’s KATwalk charity fashion show Sunday in Walker Memorial.

Jacob S. Sharpe ’11 (right) and Nathaniel S. Sharpe ’09 perform with diabolos at the MIT Juggling Club’s Juggle Mania III event on Nov. 17 in 54-100. The brothers are both professional jugglers as well as MIT students.

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