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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Photos by Steve Howland


Prospective student Robert Haussman takes part in an EMT (Emergency Medical Technician) demonstration as part of the CPW festival on April 16.



Four robots sprawl out onto the field during the 2.007 (Design and Manufacturing I) competition. Each contestant was allowed to have two drivers, so many created a secondary “bother bot” which would prevent their opponent from scoring. The winner of the competition, Edward M. Grinnell ’11, used two robots. One robot immediately went to prevent the opponent from scoring, while the other scored a single point and then also crossed the field to defend.



Over 100 students attended Tuesday’s information session by DAPER at the Johnson Ice Rink on the decision to cut varsity teams at MIT. A Q&A followed a presentation on the necessity of the cuts.



Over 100 students attended an information session by DAPER on April 7 at the Johnson Ice Rink on the decision to cut varsity teams at MIT. A Q&A followed a presentation on the necessity of the cuts.



Members of the MIT Figure Skating Club perform a themed routine based on The Charlie Daniel’s Band’s song “The Devil Went Down to Georgia” during an event on March 17 to raise money for victims of the recent earthquake and tsunami in Japan. Individuals and groups from MIT and the Boston area performed a number of routines before the rink was opened for free skate. Donations and messages were collected, and proceeds from skate rentals also went toward disaster relief.


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