Photos by Jessica L. WASS
This photo of Building 54 was taken on Friday, Aug. 24 in the early afternoon with the bright sun overhead. A wide angle 14–24mm lens lent a unique perspective to the Green Building, a common sight to most on campus. The wide angle achieved by opening the lens up to 14mm allowed the opportunity to include the entire building in the frame while avoiding the distortion seen with fisheye lenses that are often used to attain similar wide angles.
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Mia N. Stevens ’14 competes on 3-meter springboard for MIT this Saturday against Bowdoin and Babson Colleges. Stevens won both the 1-meter and 3-meter and the Engineers ultimately beat Bowdoin 224-87 and Babson 248-59.
Students dance in Dance Troupe’s semester concert on Saturday evening. Numerous groups of students showcased their dancing in the five shows that took place over the last weekend.
On Saturday afternoon, pedestrians walked among slow-moving motorists down Massachusetts Avenue in Boston since in many places, streets were more clear than the sidewalks.
MIT Facilities worked through the blizzard on Friday and Saturday to clear snow from campus streets and sidewalks.
Multiple news outlets were spotted on campus this Wednesday covering the hoax email sent out early that morning.
The Prudential Center was lit up on Monday evening for the Boston One Fund, the fund for the victims of the Boston Marathon Bombing.
Architect Alan Joslin ’77 holds up concept art as he explains what Phi Beta Epsilon will look like once construction is finished. The $7.2 million project includes building a new tower on the Amherst Alley side of the house, as well as a complete renovation of the existing interior and roof deck.
Graduates line up during the Commencement ceremony.
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