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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Photos by Jaswanth Madhavan

Members of MIT Swara perform at the Diwali Night celebrations held in Kresge on Sunday. The instrument pictured is the Veena, a plucked string instrument that is an essential component of India’s classical Carnatic music.

Lydia A. Krasilnikova ’14

A pile of ice and snow along dorm row remains from one of the snowiest winters in recent memory.

The Dropbox booth at Career Fair 2011, prominently placed outside the entrance to Johnson Rink, drew hundreds of students not only searching for internships and employment, but also seeking their popular t-shirts.

Ann Marie Sastry spoke at the Emerging Media (EmTech) conference on Wednesday. Sastry, professor of engineering at the University of Michigan and founder of Sakti3, was one of the many distinguished speakers at EmTech. She discussed her initiatives to double the range of electric vehicles by producing solid-state battery systems. EmTech is MIT Technology Review’s premier conference that focuses on emerging technologies and their impact.

Ann Marie Sastry spoke at EmTech about doubling the range of electric vehicles with solid-state battery systems.

EmTech attendees heard about technologies which may come to define our world.

Scott E. Sundvor ’12

Maria A. Cassidy ’14

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