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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Photos by Michael Y. McCanna


Hundreds of freshmen and upperclassmen attended the East Side Party on Aug. 30 in the EC courtyard. Some popular events involved riding “The Assfuck Twins” rollercoaster, 3D twister, and dancing in an area lit by computer monitors.



Timothy E. Robertson ’10 and Christopher P. Merrill ’12 test the roller coaster in the East Campus Courtyard during the East Side Party on Sunday.



This year’s Greek Griller kicking off Rush Week is Saturday at noon in Killian Court (rain location: Johnson Ice Rink). Pictured is last year’s Griller, which attracted hundreds of students.



Mark Abrahams, editor of Improbable Research, concludes the Ig Nobel Lectures, held this past Saturday in a very crowded 10-250.



Jason R. Kelly G receives his doctoral hood for completing his degree in Biological Engineering at the hooding ceremony in Rockwell Cage yesterday.



The Center for Health Promotion and Wellness at MIT provides condoms (seen above) to students for free. Not all types of contraceptives are free to students; certain drugs have become prohibitively expensive.



California Institute of Technology “hackers” eat at Sunny’s Diner on Landsdowne St. after failing to deploy banners with phrases such as “SOLD” and “Caltech East” Monday morning.



Hackers put a big screw on MIT’s little dome to raise awareness of The Institute Screw Contest, APO’s annual charity fundraiser. The contest awards a giant screw to the professor or staff member whom voters feel is screwing them the most.


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