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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Photos by Ricardo Ramirez


Stuart Schmill ’86 will be MIT’s next dean of admissions. Schmill is currently interim director of admissions, a position he has held since the departure of Marilee Jones in April 2007.



Andreas Mershin of the MIT Flying club preps a Cessna C127 for flight at Sterling Airport in Sterling, Mass.



Dorm row viewed from 1,500 feet up in a Cessna C172.



MIT sued architect Frank O. Gehry and Skanska USA Building Inc. on Oct. 31 for “design and construction failures” in the Ray and Maria Stata Center (pictured).



Daniel D. Jimenez ’10 learns how to perform CPR on a dummy in La Sala de Puerto Rico on April 3, 2008 in an event sponsored by MIT-EMS.



Pilot Andreas Mershin listens to the weather report before flying to Provincetown, Mass. The forecast was good with clear skies and moderate gusts.



Members of the MIT Flying Club grab a bite to eat at Café Heaven in downtown Provincetown, Mass. The Flying Club has annual flyouts to regional destinations.



Pilot Andreas Mershin tries on an African Safari hat at Marine Specialties Inc. in Provincetown, Mass. The store specializes in military surplus and has a large collection of specialty hats and uniforms.



Flying Club members and staff reporter Emily Prentice (far left) talk planes at the Provincetown airport. Andreas Mershin piloted a 30-year-old Cessna while Henry Hallam ’09 (third from left) took his group down in a much newer Piper (pictured).



Sterling Airport is home base for pilot Andreas Mershin. Sterling is located about an hour from Boston and sees mostly small planes and gliders.


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