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Celtics’ Rally, Jun. 19.



Certified Flight Instructor Maurice Morneau (right), runs Tech News Editor Benjamin P. Gleitzman '09 through his pre-flight checklist before taking to the skies.



Damian Kulash, lead singer of OK Go, performs "Do What You Want." OK Go opened for Snow Patrol's concert at Agganis Arena March 28.



Graduates file into their seats to await the end of Procession. Over 2,500 degrees were awarded at the 2007 Commencement in Killian Court on Friday, June 8.



Graduates turn to give thanks to family and friends.



Andrew G. “Zoz” Brooks ’07 wears a robot on his mortarboard as a reflection of his doctoral thesis on human-robot communication.



Harry Potter and Deathly Hallows, the seventh and final installment in the epic Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling, was finally released to eager fans at 12:01 a.m. on July 21. Deathly Hallows has broken several records including a 12 million copy first printing with 8.3 million sold in the first 24 hours in the United States, according to U.S. publisher Scholastic Inc.



The control room of the MIT nuclear reactor is shown in this Tech file photo.



Christopher G. Whitfield ’09, Class of 2009 Ring Committee chair, and Vice Chair Colleen P. Mosley ’09, explain the tradition of MIT’s class ring, dubbed the “Brass Rat.”



Ellen T. Wong ’09 (left) and Lihua Bai ’09 (right) marvel at the unique features of the 2009 Ring design.


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