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Photos by Perry Hung

Barack Obama rallies in Boston, Feb. 4.

Institute Professor and Associate Provost for Faculty Equity Barbara H. Liskov of the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department won the 2009 Association for Computing Machinery’s A.M. Turing Award, one of the highest honors in computer science, for her work on the theory of programming languages and system design. Liskov was the first woman to earn a computer science PhD in the U.S.

The popular ice cream and coffee shop Toscanini’s remains closed after a seizure on Thursday by the Massachusetts Department of Revenue for nonpayment of more than $167,000 in back taxes.

Sailing, George Warren Smith Trophy, Sept. 29–30.

Democratic Presidential candidate Barack Obama waves to an excited crowd during a rally last night at the World Trade Center in Boston.

Massachusetts senators Edward M. Kennedy and John F. Kerry speak on stage just before Senator Obama.

Attendees waved homemade signs to express their support for Obama.

Senator Kennedy, Governor Patrick, and Senator Kerry look on as Senator Barack H. Obama addresses the crowd.

Carl E. Wieman ’73 delivers a talk entitled “Science Education in the 21st Century: Using the Tools of Science to Teach Science” for the 2008 MacVicar Day lecture, held Friday in 32-123.

Raffaela L. Wakeman ’08 unveils the goal for the Class of 2008 Senior Gift and the senior class project, a student externship assistance fund, at last night’s Senior Gift kickoff celebration in the Vannevar Bush Room.

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