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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Austin C. Anderson ’12 returns a shot on Saturday at the Zesiger Center squash courts. The Engineers’ match against the Huskies was the last in a triple-header with Tufts University, Middlebury College, and Northeastern University.

UA President Michael A. Bennie ‘10 has shaved his head in solidarity with a friend undergoing chemotherapy for leukemia.

Video cameras continue to be installed around campus, increasing the likelihood that the movements of students and staff may be recorded. Pictured above is one of two cameras recently installed in the lobby of Building 54. At the same time, one or more cameras were installed in the basement entrances of the same building.
Thomas W. Komola, manger of the Security and Emergency Management office, said that cameras became functional just last week and that the School of Science had requested them after a series of thefts.
The footage from these cameras is managed by the Security Office, Komola said, is subject to the same access restrictions as their other cameras: “The MIT Police Department is the sole entity that may request and use this information,” and “a written request must be signed and presented by the Chief of MIT Police.”
John A. Hawkinson

MIT chapel: MIT’s non-denominational chapel, designed by Eero Saarinen, lies across from Kresge Auditorium. The metal sculpture behind the altar catches reflected light from the moat to provide ambient lighting inside.

Partners line up to practice their technique during ballroom dance lessons at MIT’s 16th Annual Charm School on Jan. 30. Other events on Friday included a library etiquette class and a discussion on table manners.

Jack H. Bourbonnais ’10 fights through a crowd of opponents during the men’s 5000 meter run during the Engineers’ indoor track meet at the Johnson Athletic Center on Saturday.

President Obama chats amicably with Massachusetts Senator John Kerry as they both step out of Air Force One. The President’s private aircraft touched down at Logan airport at about 11:30 a.m. on Friday.

President Barack Obama and Senator John F. Kerry (D-Mass.) exit Air Force One at Logan International Airport on Friday morning minutes prior to arriving on the MIT Campus.

Students in the Martin Luther King, Jr. design seminar are collecting donations for the relief effort in Haiti as part of an installation in Lobby 10 this week.

Freshly-minted Police Captain Jay A. Perault started as an MIT patrol officer and was most recently a detective. He’s also a software developer.

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