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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Photos by Omari Stephens


Hackers added extra fish to those hanging above the first-floor Student Street in the Stata Center in late June. All of the fish were removed shortly thereafter.



Zuzana Trnovcova '09 competes in the women's categories 3/4 road race of the Fitchburg Longsjo Classic this past Saturday, June 30. Trnovcova finished the road race in 44th position and continued on to complete the Classic in 46th place out of 49 finishing riders. The Classic is an annual cycling stage race which took place from June 28 – July 1 this year.



Fireworks light up the shore at Swampscott, Mass. on the night of July 3.



Jordan Moore of the Onion River Sports cycling team rounds the final turn of the Fitchburg Longsjo Classic road race at the top of Mount Wachusett. The Classic, in its 48th running this year, challenged hundreds of riders to complete in four consecutive days of races totalling, depending on the category, between approximately 90 and 240 miles of riding.



An East Campus resident holds on tight as he rides down the initial ramp of “2 Chicks at the Same Time (The Ride).” EC residents and freshmen built the log flume ride, which featured a net 17-foot vertical drop, for EC Rush this year.



Rafael R. Peterson, one of the ride’s primary builders, takes the inaugural trip down “2 Chicks at the Same Time (The Ride)”. EC residents and freshmen built the log flume ride, which featured a net 17-foot vertical drop, for EC Rush this year.



Sarah C. Hopp ’08 grins as the cart of a log flume ride built for EC Rush impacts the water. The ride, named “2 Chicks at the Same Time,” featured a net 17-foot vertical drop.



Freshman Romain A. Teil (left) and senior Sean C. Morton (right) bask in the water sprayed by a log flume ride built for EC Rush. The ride, named “2 Chicks at the Same Time (The Rid),” featured a net 17-foot vertical drop.



A rider looks down the track of “2 Chicks at the Same Time (The Ride),” awaiting the start of the cart’s descent. EC residents and freshmen built the log flume ride, which featured a net 17-foot vertical drop, for EC Rush this year.



The cart of a flume ride built for EC Rush splashes into the deceleration pool. The ride, named “2 Chicks at the Same Time (The Ride),” featured a net 17-foot vertical drop, and the water from the cart’s impact was typically propelled farther than 30 feet past the end.`


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