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President Reif presents a diploma to Sidhanth Rao, President of the UA.




A soon-to-be graduate marches into Killian Court.




MIT’s 148th Commencement was on Friday, June 6. Over 2,700 students graduated, receiving over 3,400 degrees.




Graduates flip their class rings during the ceremony as a part of MIT tradition.




MIT’s 148th Commencement was Friday, June 6. Over 2,700 students graduated, receiving over 3,400 degrees. Some students decorated their caps.




Google staff demonstrated Google Glass to invited guests and press at the unveiling of Google’s expanded campus in Kendall Square on Tuesday, Aug. 5. The new construction took two years to complete after a controversial permitting and zoning process.




Freshmen Pre-Orientation Programs (FPOP) started this week. Here, members of the Class of 2018 created their own putty and learned about biomaterials and polymers at the Department of Material Science and Engineering.




East Campus’s roller coaster under construction for this weekend’s REX.




MIT President L. Rafael Reif, along with Provost Martin A. Schmidt PhD ’88, Chancellor Cynthia Barnhart PhD ’88, and members of the Phi Delta Theta fraternity completed the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge last Friday. Reif was nominated by Harvard President Drew Faust and by the Edgerton Lab. Reif donated $100 to the ALS Association. ALS is also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease, after the American baseball player who was afflicted with ALS. Gehrig was a member of Phi Delta Theta when he studied at Columbia University.




Concertgoers rocked to Nas at the 2014 Boston Calling music festival on Sunday night.



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