Photos by Lenny Martinez
Members of the team “Average Joes” (from left to right: Matthew R. Ryback ’17, Eric A. Riehl ’17, Bjarni Kristinsson ’17, and Bradley J. Walcher ’17) look on as their plane completes the payload mission with eight hardboiled eggs.
Team “Give Me Some Shouga”’s aircraft leaves the starting line for its first attempt at the payload mission.
Team “Egg On”’s plane sits at the starting line of the runway in preparation for the payload mission. For this mission, each plane was given a separate score based on how many hardboiled eggs were intact after a 5-lap flight around the indoor Johnson Track.
Team “COME TO PRIMAL” (from left to right: Daniel Dalton ’17, Jake P. Ligouri ’17, Filip Twarowski ’17, and Sean D. Kropp ’17) work with Prof. Mark Drela and one of the pilots to fix their plane prior to the speed mission.
Emily Penn ’18 defends against a player from Lasell College in Tuesday night’s game. MIT went on to win 6-3.
Lauren S. Ullman ’17 saves a goal. Over the course of the game, Ullman totaled 11 saves, although the Engineers ultimately fell to Brandeis 1-4.
Amanda Lowery ’18 dribbles the ball up the field during last week’s game against Simmons College. Although MIT lost 2-1, the field hockey team went on to win the next two games.
Morgan K. Moroi ’16 faces off against a player from Worcester Polytechnic Institute for the ball. Moroi scored a goal in double overtime that propelled MIT to a 2-1 victory over WPI in their NEWMAC opener this past Saturday.
An early Saturday morning in September found many hackers, artists, and designers gathering at the Media Lab for Hacking Arts 2015. The event included a conference, a tech expo and a hackathon centered around technology and the arts.
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Young Guru speaks at Hacking Arts 2015. His keynote speech was titled “Era of the Engineer.”
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