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The women’s lightweight varsity 8 races in the Foot of the Charles Regatta on Saturday. The Engineers finished 32nd out of 43.



Students in Discover Ocean Engineering test underwater vehicles they made earlier this week in the Zesiger Center swimming pool. Later this week, they will test their robots in an ocean environment at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in southern Massachusetts.



Students in Discover Product Design learn about design process and techniques, visit local design firms, and design various products. Here, they are brainstorming ideas for designing MIT related “Keep Calm and Carry On” style posters.



Residents of First East kick off the Bad Ideas Ball in East Campus on Sunday, Jan. 26 by celebrating the completion of a Disco Dancefloor. The dancefloor took well over a thousand man hours to construct and was funded by CAMIT, Techfair, Bad Ideas, and alumni donations.




Joseph F. Rafidi ‘14 scores a touch on his opponent from UNC at Duke University Invitational this past Saturday. MIT fencing team competed on Feb. 8 and Feb. 9 at Duke University Invitational. The men’s team defeated the U.S. Air Force Academy.




Foilist Jessica Li ‘17 (left) attacks her opponent at the Beanpot tournament held at MIT on Feb. 12. The MIT fencing team wrapped up regular season at Beanpot competing against Harvard, Boston College, and Brandeis.




Senior Lecturer Daniel Braunstein PhD ‘97 of the Department of Mechanical Engineering presents an instrument he built at the 6th Annual Professor Talent show hosted by SaveTFP on Saturday.




Two people participate in sumo wrestling outside Theta Delta Chi at the fraternity’s outdoor carnival event on Friday.




The big dome was lit in green this past week to highlight Hepatitis B Awareness Week at MIT. The virus is a leading cause of liver and cancer but is preventable and treatable. Screenings are covered for all students at MIT Medical.




Professor Amos Winter explains the 2.007 MITSKI Competition rules to the audience last Thursday, May 8.



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