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Abra H. Shen ‘16 readies her rifle in the second of three rounds against SUNY Maritime on Saturday, February 15. Out of her four teammates, she ranked second in that round with a score of 192/200. MIT won with a score of 2170-2061.




Andrew A. Busse ‘15 leaps over his opponents as he spikes the ball over the net. The Engineers overcame a deficit to clinch a 3-2 victory over UC Santa Cruz on Thursday night.




At the MIT Sloan Bioinnovations Conference on February 28, hundreds gathered at the Boston Marriott Cambridge to listen to Alex Azar, President of Eli Lilly USA and afternoon keynote speaker for the event. He walked the audience through the healthcare industry from the point of view of a global biopharmaceutical leader, discussing why hard science is not easily translated to personal medicine.




Riley E. Brandt G attempts to maneuver past an opponent on the Israel National Ice Hockey Team on Saturday, March 1. MIT lost by one goal after trailing 3-7 in the third period.




An attendee examines “Untitled Drawings” by Emily W. Tow G at the Graduate Arts Soiree on the evening of Friday, March 14. Guests were greeted on the sixth floor of the Media Lab with over 30 works of art as well as performances by a live band.




Andrew A. Busse ’15 leaps over his opponents as he spikes the ball over the net. The Engineers overcame a deficit to clinch a 3-2 victory over UC Santa Cruz on Thursday Feb. 20.




Marshall P. Wentworth ‘16 competes in the pole vault, finishing 7th with a height of 4.25 meters. His score contributed to MIT’s overall 1st place finish out of 26 teams at the New England Division III Indoor Track and Field Championships this past weekend.




Kristyn M. Berretta ‘16 scrambles for a loose ball late in the second period of the lacrosse game on Tuesday, March 11. The Engineers defeated Eastern Connecticut State 17-6 at Jack Berry Field to improve to 4-0 in non-league play.



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