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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Photos by Joanna Kao


Last Wednesday’s blizzard destroyed multiple trees on campus. This branch, formerly near the intersection of Main and Vassar Streets, fell and hit a woman, unaffiliated with MIT, on the back of her neck.



Senator Scott Brown (R-Mass) observes a demonstration by Materials Science and Engineering and Biology Engineering Professor Angela M. Belcher during a tour of the Institute for Soldier Nanotechnologies at MIT.






Michael G. Zomnir ’11 dives to retrieve a ball during a first-round match on Friday night. This weekend was Zomnir’s last match at MIT. During the final, Zomnir played a very close match, losing by only two points in the fifth game.



MIT-EMS responds to an emergency call during the Jan. 12 blizzard. A woman unaffiliated with MIT was struck by a falling tree branch.



E15-198 (Women) and E15-199 (Men)



E14-189 (Women)



E14-662 (Men) and E14-698 (Women)



E15-098 (Women) and E15-099 (Men)



Free food is often found at events around campus. There are several free food lists, the largest being freefood@mit.edu.


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