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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Alumni and friends dance to music by Boston City Rhythm during the Toast to Tech event on Saturday.



The MIT Men’s Freshman 8+ Crew races Northeastern University during the Alumni Cup on Apr. 2. The Engineers lost to Northeastern’s Freshman A boat, but defeated its Freshman B boat to finish second, after Columbia withdrew from the race.



William Tashman ’13 scores in the Men’s Basketball NEWMAC semifinal game against Babson College on Saturday. The Engineers maintained an early lead to defeat Babson 65-42.



Alexander C. Klein ’15 serves for MIT against Harvard.



President Barack Obama speaks about clean energy at Kresge on Friday. Obama’s speech followed a tour of several MIT labs that do energy-related research.



President Obama shakes hands with members of the audience following his speech about clean energy at Kresge on Friday. MIT was given 200 tickets to allocate; Kresge’s maximum capacity is 1,000 people.



President Barack Obama speaks about his administration’s energy policy and MIT’s Energy Initiative at Kresge Auditorium on Friday. The President started his speech jovially mentioning that MIT hackers had placed his motorcade on Building 10.



OCW’s budget saw a $500,000 decrease in the 2009 fiscal year. Plans for increased revenue include a “Course Champions” pilot campaign and continued use of referral links.



The MIT Logarhythms practice for their Valentine’s Day serenades in 4-152 on Tuesday. Both the Logs and the Muses will be singing a mix of classic and modern love songs all around campus today.



Chancellor Phillip L. Clay PhD ’75, Dean for Student Life Chris Colombo, and Dean for Undergraduate Education Daniel E. Hastings PhD ’80 answer questions about dining, housing, and the budget during a UA Senate meeting on Monday.


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