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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Photos by Noah Spies

Julie C. Andren ’10 competes in the shot put during the Coed Invitational at MIT on Feb. 16. Andren finished 11th in the event with a distance of 8.89 meters. The women’s track and field team will compete in the New England Division III Indoor Track and Field Championships this weekend.

Pantsless people wait for the subway at the Alewife stop as the train is approaching.

A group of no-pants-riders are seen at the Park Street subway station on Jan. 10.

Daphne L. Wang ’08 flicks the disc past her defender in sMITe’s (Women’s Ultimate team) semi-final match against Dartmouth College at New England Regionals in Lancaster, MA. on Saturday.

Professor Noam A. Chomsky lectured on Tuesday, Jan. 13 about the ongoing Israeli incursion into Gaza. Chomsky asserted that Israeli provocation was at the root of the continuing conflict with Palestinians and Hamas.

Tenzin Lungjangwa pipets growth media in the Whitehead Human Stem Cell Facility, which was established entirely with private funding to circumvent President Bush’s ban on federal funding for the use of all but a small fraction of human stem cell lines.

John P. Holdren ’65 (left), director of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, delivered a presentation as part of Monday’s forum on clean energy. The forum, sponsored by the MIT Energy Initiative, was chaired by Rep. Edward J. Markey (D-Malden, right) and featured President Obama’s assistant for energy and climate change and former EPA administrator, Carol M. Browner (not pictured).

Srinivasan Jagannathan G (left) and Ankur Sinha G are seen preparing for a cricket match on the Barry Astroturf Field in this September 2008 file photo.

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