Photos by Ethan A. Solomon
Kevin L. Brown ’88 (left) sits in MIT’s Forbes Family Café in Building 32, and demonstrates the new wormhole by talking to Neal Soderquist (right), who is sitting in Stanford University’s Forbes Family Café.
Incoming freshmen take advantage of fun opportunities to use high tech, expensive equipment such as laser printers in the Discover Materials Science and Engineering Pre-Orientation program.
A hazardous materials decontamination tent was set up in the Westgate parking lot on June 7 in response to a New House bomb scare. Cambridge and MIT police eventually determined that there was never any threat to campus safety, and that harmless construction materials were mistaken for pipe bombs. Nobody required decontamination.
Boylston St. remained blocked off Wednesday evening after Monday’s bombings. Blue and yellow flowers, representing the colors of the Boston Marathon, were tucked into the barricade near a makeshift memorial.
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Boylston St. remained blocked off two days after the Marathon bombings. Blue and yellow flowers, representing the colors of the Boston Marathon, were tucked into the barricade near a makeshift memorial.
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