Photos by Vivian Hu
Two students from Townsend Harris High School pose for a photo after placing.
Students climb what has affectionately been called “Mount Simmons” on Tuesday. Later that evening, trucks and construction vehicles began scooping snow away from the base of the pile.
Tuesday’s snowfall left a fresh layer of snow on The Hexagons, a sculpture outside of Building 18. The flurry was the latest addition to what is now Boston’s third snowiest winter on record.
A hack appeared in the Lobby 7 skylight this past weekend with an accompanying banner reading “π in the sky” in honor of Pi Day.
Director Adam Kerry Boyles and pianist Sarah E. Rumbley G stand for applause after performing Robert Schumann’s Piano Concerto in A minor, Opus 54, at the MIT Symphony Orchestra’s concert Saturday.
Simmons Hall residents covered windows of the dorm to spell out “CPW,” marking the start of Campus Preview Weekend yesterday.
A few test fireworks light up the sky during the July 4 fireworks on the Charles River.
Yellow flags with names of those lost to suicide wave on Kresge Lawn. The display of 1,100 flags, representing college students lost each year to suicide in the United States, was set up by Active Minds on Sept. 10 and will remain for the week to kick off Suicide Prevention Month.
Kale Rogers ’16 shoots the ball during Saturday’s water polo game against Brown University in the Zesiger Center. The final score was MIT 8, Brown 14.
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Wesley M. Woo ’19 weaves through players from Emmanuel College on Wednesday. MIT won the game 9-0.
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