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Photos by Michael Y. McCanna

Keith Lockhart, longtime conductor for the Boston Pops, tries to set a record for the most people singing “Take Me Out to the Ball Game” at the Hatch Shell on July 4.

MIT students, professors, and faculty pick up food at the community picnic on Sept. 8 at the New Ashdown. Unfortunately, the sandwiches ran out an hour into the picnic.

The community picnic on Sept. 8 took place in the New Ashdown with tents set up in the courtyard.

MIT students wait in line to receive food during the community picnic on Sept. 8.

The MIT community enjoys lunch inside one of the new community lounges in the New Ashdown during the community picnic on Sept. 8.

The community picnic on Sept. 8 introduced the New Ashdown to MIT students, faculty, and employees.

The Greek Griller last Saturday kicked off Rush week and attracted hundreds of students.

Contestants and organizers look on as two autonomous robots strive for the most points in the mock competition for 6.270 Autonomous Lego Robot Design. The final competition will be on Thursday, January 29 in 26-100 at 6 p.m.

Cynthia S. Lu ’12 performs a piece on her hulusi at the Lunar New Year Festival, held last Saturday by the Association of Taiwanese Students.

Hundreds of high school students from around the world competed in the Harvard-MIT Mathematics Tournament last Saturday.

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