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Photos by Perry Hung


Six candles representing binary digits stand atop the little dome on Feb. 29 to commemorate Random Hall’s 40th birthday.



Deval Patrick, governor of Massachusetts, was chosen to be the guest speaker at MIT’s 2009 Commencement Ceremony on June 5. Patrick, the second ever African-American elected American governor, has already spoken at MIT twice before; here he is seen outlining a $3.8 billion bond proposal on April 9, 2008 in the Tang Auditorium.



Millions of visitors congregate around the National Mall in Washington, D.C. yesterday. The crowds stretched from Capitol Hill to beyond the Washington Monument.



Emergency personnel, including MIT Police Captain Albert F. Pierce Jr. (center, facing right), investigate the death of Han Nguyen G, who was found in the parking lot on the east side of Building E19 on Tuesday, June 2.



Emergency personnel, including MIT Police Captain Albert F. Pierce Jr. (center, facing right), investigate the death of Han D. Nguyen G, who was found in the parking lot on the east side of Building E19 on Tuesday, June 2. A tarp wall was constructed to shield the location where Nguyen fell (behind tarp to left).



President Barack Obama will encourage Americans to lead the global economy in clean energy during his speech today in Kresge Auditorium at 12:30 p.m. Obama is pictured here with Governor Patrick during his campaign stop in Boston in February 2008.


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