The Tech - Online EditionMIT's oldest and largest
newspaper & the first
newspaper published
on the web
Last Published: April 14, 2016
Boston Weather: 72.0°F | Partly Cloudy

Photos by Peter H. Rigano

Heavyweight freshmen (left to right) Thomas J. Price '10, Ayaboe K. Edoh '10, Jeremy J. Kuempel '10, Ryan C. Breneman '10, and Waciuma W. Maina '10 compete against Dartmouth and Wisconsin in Saturday's Cochran Cup. The Engineers finished last with a final time of 7:00.97.

Teammates Sanusi A. Dantata '07, Aaron S. Sarfati '07, and Thomas A. Hopkin '07 load the final concrete block on the bridge that they, along with two other teammates, built as their final project for Senior Civil and Environmental Design (1.013). The bridges were required to have a span of ten feet, hold 2,000 pounds, and minimize deflection under a load.

Kristiana E. Schneck ’10 (left) performs solo with The Muses at the May 12 “Mocktail” event put on by the Student Health Advisory Council, SaveTFP, and the Interfraternity Council. The group will be performing their final concert of the semester Thursday, May 17 at 8 p.m. in 10-250.

xkcd creator Randall Munroe discusses different objects that could be dropped from a kite in order to confuse passersby.

xkcd creator Randall Munroe autographs an inflatable dinosaur while explaining why it is technically not a velociraptor.

Elizabeth Hunt constructs a frame, which will be used to form the foundation of the Central Square Theater. The theater, to be located next to Mary Chung's Chinese restaurant on Mass. Ave., will house two theater companies and is scheduled to open in late 2008.

(Back to front) John M. Field ’08, Karlen E. Ruleman ’09, Brooks L. Reed ’09, and Xiaoyu (Sylvia) Yang ’07 head back to the MIT Sailing Pavilion after competing in last weekend’s New England Team Racing Championship. MIT placed 11th overall, failing to qualify for nationals.

(Front to back) Emily C Shao ’11 (coxswain), Nicholas B. Murlo ’10, Ryan A. Flynn ’10, Ryan M. Daspit ’09, Aaron M. Blankstein ’10, Richard A. Suarez ’11, Keith T. Loebner ’11, Samuel B. Paul ’11, and Russell J. Ryan ’09 row MIT’s Men’s Varsity Lightweight Eight towards the Eliot Bridge in Sunday’s Head of the Charles Regatta. The Engineers finished the event 16th out of 21 with a time of 15:48.5.

Oarsmen (Left to right) Jameson W. Nash ’11, Johannes A. Schneider ’10, Adam Bockelie ’11, and Timothy J. Villabona ’09, led by coxswain Diana T. Wu ’11, power MIT’s Men’s Varsity Lightweight Four past the Weeks footbridge in Sunday’s Head of the Charles regatta. The crew finished 10th out of a field of 14 teams with a time of 18:03.215. The Head of the Charles is the world’s largest two-day regatta, with more than 8,000 athletes from around the world racing the 3 mile course.

Peter Bojo ’11 defends the ball against Wheaton midfielder Jake Wagner during Saturday’s men’s soccer game at Steinbrenner Stadium. The Engineers tied Wheaton College in a scoreless game to leave them 14-1-2 overall.

<< First   1 | 2   Last >>