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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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A flash mob wielding various flags of the world appeared shortly after President Hockfield’s speech. The mob danced in the middle of Killian Court before high-fiving Susan Hockfield personally.

President Hockfield, taken by surprise at the sudden appearance of the flash mob after her speech.

Chancellor Grimson shakes hands with President Hockfield after commending her various accomplishments as president.

MIT celebrated their 16th president in Killian Court on Thursday. Hockfield makes a speech directed at the community, offering reflections of her time as president.

Reif with pancakes! The president-elect serves pancakes to MIT students at the Flapjacks for Finals event at Lobdell on Sunday.

The Technology Children’s Center in the Stata Center takes care of around 80 children and employs 30 staff members.

Alan E. Siegel EdD, Chief of Mental Health Services

Kresge Auditorium’s facade shines with various colored banners corresponding to the different teams presenting in the 2.009 Product Engineering Processes final project milestone Monday night.

Protagonist Bobby Strong (Trevor J. Mulchay ‘15) leads a rebellion last May in the MIT Musical Theatre Guild’s production of Urinetown, a “tale of greed, corruption, love, and revolution.”

A large American flag was raised behind the stage at Sean Collier’s memorial by two firetruck ladders.

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