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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Photos by Omari Stephens


Forty-six Steelcase chairs have been stolen from the Student Center’s 24-hour reading room; their replacement cost is about $20,000. Inexpensive task chairs (center) have replaced some stolen chairs.



Members of the Mystery Hunt team Silly Hat Brigade work on a preliminary puzzle at the Mystery Hunt opening ceremony. The ceremony occurred in Lobby 7 this past Friday, Jan. 18 at noon. The team Evil Midnight Bombers What Bomb at Midnight won this year’s annual hunt; see page 17 for more photographs.



A police officer (played by Jenny Gutbezahl, left) from this year’s Mystery Hunt opening ceremony skit talks to a team representative. Gutbezahl and Ed Poznysz, who also played a police officer, registered teams for the Hunt after the skit’s conclusion on Friday, Jan. 18.



Pritchett Dining (pictured here in April 2007) was closed during the summer in response to discontent from East Campus residents who said that dining halls do not gel with east campus culture.



Amy R. Magnuson ’10 at the New England Division III women’s track and field championship, May 5–6.



Stephen A. Morton ’10 splashes into the sand during his final attempt in the trials of the triple jump at the NCAA Division III indoor track and field national championships. The MIT track and field teams sent three athletes to compete in four events at nationals. Morton placed 8th in the long jump but did not place in the triple jump, Amy R. Magnuson ’10 placed 2nd in the 55-meter hurdles, and Omari S. Stephens ’08 placed 8th in the pole vault.



Prospective freshman Sarah Southerland removes a 2x4 while playing 2x4 Jenga at yesterday night’s CPW Festival. Jenga was sponsored by Random House.



Katie Harrington (center) and Liz Levin (right) help carve a camel out of a large block of ice during yesterday night’s Campus Preview Weekend Festival.



Daniel E. Klenk ’09 (center) shows prospective freshmen Michaela LaVan (left) and Qingnan Li (not pictured) how to get to Next House as his own prefrosh, Ryan Terbush (right) looks on.



Professor Edward N. Lorenz ScD ’48, widely acknowledged as the creator of chaos theory, passed away this past Wednesday, April 16 at the age of 90.


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