Photos by Ramya Sankar
The MIT heavyweight crew team passes the Weeks Footbridge on Sunday, Oct. 21 during the 43rd annual Head of the Charles Regatta, held this past weekend. Over 1,700 boats completed the 3-mile course, which starts at the Boston University DeWolfe Boathouse and ends past Eliot Bridge.
Ryan M. Daspit ’09 (left) and Ryan A. Flynn ’10 (right) row with the men’s lightweight crew team on Sunday, Oct. 21 during the 43rd annual Head of the Charles Regatta, held this past weekend. Over 1,700 boats completed the 3-mile course which starts at the Boston University DeWolfe Boathouse and ends past Eliot Bridge.
Rabeel H. Warraich ’08 speaks at the Nov. 10 protest at Boston Common held in opposition to the recent emergency law imposed in Pakistan by President Pervez Musharraf. Warraich was among many local students present at the demonstration.
Actor Christopher Walken is presented with Hasty Pudding Theatricals’ “Man of the Year” Award in a ceremony on Feb. 15 in New College Theatre at Harvard University. The presentation was followed by the Hasty Pudding Theatrical Club’s presentation of “Fable Attraction.”
MIT Steel Bridge Team members Adam Benjamin Talsma ’10, left, and Quinn A. Vollmert ’08, right, construct a bridge in front of the Student Center on May 5 while their teammates Jose G. Cano ’09, Tracy R. Takemura ’08, and Matthew A. Pires ’10 look on. The team will be going to nationals on May 23 and 24 at the University of Florida.
Students crowd around company booths at the MIT Career Fair, which was held in Johnson Athletic Center yesterday.
Illinois Senator and presidential candidate Barack H. Obama speaks to a crowd of over 9,500 about his vision for America at a political rally on Boston Common on Oct. 23.
Rachel M. Bainbridge ’09 (left) and Kristin K. Brown ’09 (right) collect donations for APO’s annual charity UMOC contest (short for Unholiest huMan on Campus this year) in Lobby 10 on Monday. At the end of the first day Miriam “Mish” A. Madsen ’09 led the competition with $17.85.
The Hotel@MIT (pictured), located on Sidney St. in Cambridge, is being sold by MIT and real estate company Forest City. The sale is expected to close in early December.
The Lehman Brothers’ booth was empty at the Career Fair, except for several packages of recruiting material that had been previously mailed. Lehman Brothers declared bankruptcy shortly before the fair citing losses from the subprime mortgage crisis.
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