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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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MIT students, faculty, and staff participated in the second performance of UP: The Umbrella Project on Sunday, May 19. Each umbrella was outfitted with red, green, and blue LED lights that participants could control. The project is a collaboration between MIT’s CSAIL and dance company Pilobolus.

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel delivered the keynote address for the Center for Advanced Urbanism’s Scaling Infrastructure conference at the Media Lab on Thursday, April 10.

David Mahor, the Mayor of the City of Cambridge, announced last Friday at the ceremony of remembrance that the corner of Main and Vassar Streets shall be designated as “M.I.T. Police Officer Sean A. Collier Square.” A new sign was unveiled at the location shortly after the ceremony concluded.

The MIT Police and Cambridge Police Joint Honor Guard presented the flags at the ceremony of remembrance for Officer Sean A. Collier held last Friday in MIT’s North Court.

Associate Professor Hugh Herr from the Biomechatronics group at MIT’s Media Lab demonstrated his research into bionic limbs to the press on Friday, April 18. His research restored Adrianne Haslet-Davis’s ability to dance after she lost her left leg following the Boston Marathon bombings that occurred in April 2013.

MIT Strong Boston Marathon team member Thomas Brand shortly after the 10K checkpoint in Framingham. The MIT Strong team ran the Boston Marathon on Monday in honor of MIT Police Officer Sean A. Collier, who died one year ago.

Dan Oliver, a member of the MIT Strong marathon team, unveiled signs that mark the distance of the Boston Marathon in Smoots‚ 24.8 KiloSmoots, to be exact. The MIT Strong marathon team was recognized on stage during a pre-Boston Marathon rally on Friday, April 18.

Elizabeth A. Warren, United States Senator (D-MA), delivered remarks at the ceremony of remembrance for Officer Sean A. Collier last Friday, April 18 in MIT’s North Court.

Anika Gupta, President of the Class of 2014, and President Reif take a selfie during the presentation of the class gift.

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