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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Photos by Steve Howland


George W. Pratt ’10 stretches to return a deep shot from his Northeastern opponent. MIT faced off against Fordham University and Northeastern last Saturday, defeating Fordham 8-1 before falling to Northeastern 9-0. They were the final home matches for seniors and co-captains Balaji V. Sridhar ’09 and Saad Zaheer ’09.



A red-tailed hawk sits in a tree in the courtyard bordered by buildings 35 and 37.



A robot built by Benjamin Moncivaiz ’11 begins a seeding match in the 2.007 (Design & Manufacturing) competition. The event ran from Wednesday to Thursday in the Johnson Athletic Center. This year’s competition involved crushing and storing aluminum cans.



The Wellesley/MIT Toons complete their rendition of “I’ll Make a Man Out of You” from Disney’s Mulan. Various a cappella groups sang throughout the evening at the Tuesday Night Event in the Stratton Student Center, including the Chorallaries and Cross Products.



Robert A. Habib ‘11 waits for a ball to rebound off the glass during Tuesday’s game against Brown University. The Engineers lost 9-0.



Sean D. Fannin ’13 and Jordan Lyday dive and struggle against their bungee-cord harnesses to get their velco marker further along the centerline at the Greek Week(end) 2010 carnival held by Panhel/IFC on Kresge lawn on Friday. Tickets given out at the front could be used for food or a number of events, and the Greek Week(end) team which ran each station received credit toward their team’s total. Greek weekend teams are made up of a combination of fraternities and sororities. The winning team selects which charity receives all the proceeds from the weekend.



A member of the MIT Sport Taekwondo team holds a pad while a prospective freshman gives it a solid kick.



MIT Lion Dance Club members bang on drums and demonstrate Chinese lion dancing during the CPW Festival in Johnson.



Tiësto lit up Boston’s Royale nightclub on Monday. Tiësto, world-renowned for trance and electronic music, is currently on a U.S. tour and mixed live in Boston from April 4–6 for thousands of techno fans. Recently voted “The Greatest DJ Of All Time,” Tiësto is one of a number of artists in the growing electronic music industry. The Royale crowd was young and energetic, the music was amazing, and the lights and dancers kept everyone entertained for hours.



Tiësto lit up Boston’s Royale nightclub on Monday. Tiësto, world-renowned for trance and electronic music, is currently on a U.S. tour and mixed live in Boston from April 4–6 for thousands of techno fans. Recently voted “The Greatest DJ Of All Time,” Tiësto is one of a number of artists in the growing electronic music industry. The Royale crowd was young and energetic, the music was amazing, and the lights and dancers kept everyone entertained for hours.


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