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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Papers are printed on continuous rolls of newsprint, which are later cut and folded in order.



A machine adds inserts to the inside of complete, folded papers.



Workers at Mass Web adjust levers on each color press so ink is fed onto rollers such that each page receives sufficient but not excessive amounts of ink across the span of the printing plate.



Robert D. Allen, Sales Manager at Mass Web Printing Co., displays a freshly-printed and folded black ink plate. Each plate contains the pattern for one color of ink for four pages of The Tech.



Provost L. Rafael Reif, left, explains the process used to pre-select questions the administrators answer at Wednesday’s State of the Institute forum in Kresge Auditorium. Executive Vice President Theresa M. Stone SM ’76 is to the right.



Picketers from the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers stand outside Lobby 7 on Wednesday afternoon. Members of the electricians’ union have been protesting MIT’s contracting practices for over five weeks.



Photographers and video crews pack up supplies after President Obama’s address on Friday in Kresge.



President Barack Obama speaks about his administration’s energy policy and MIT’s Energy Initiative at Kresge Auditorium on Friday. The President started his speech jovially mentioning that MIT hackers had placed his motorcade on Building 10. See pages 8–9 for more images of the event.



Members of MIT Crew approach the starting line at the Head of the Charles Sunday during the Women’s Lightweight Eight event. The two-day rowing competition is one of the sport’s most celebrated.



Members of the MIT Lightweight Men’s Varsity Crew launch from Pierce Boathouse Sunday before competing in the Head of the Charles. The two-day rowing event is one of the sport’s most celebrated.


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