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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Student advisory group members gave Reif Brass Rat-style napkin rings as a welcoming gift.




Students began construction on a wooden structure in front of Building 33 last weekend. The self-supporting structure composed of 2x2 wooden posts will be on display at its current location until November.



An MIT student focuses intently during a chess match at the MIT Chess Club’s table at the ASA Activities Midway. Over 200 ASA groups were represented at the Midway, which was held on last Friday in the Johnson Athletic Center.



The Zesiger Sports and Fitness Center closed due to an unexpected power outage late Monday afternoon. Students waited to re-enter and athletes warmed up outside the building.



Madeline L. Wharton ’14 passes to a teammate through a defender Saturday afternoon. MIT Field Hockey’s 6-1 win against Clark University was its first in the New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference, and its seventh overall.




A duck seeks a willow shaded shore in the setting autumn sun at Spy Pond in Somerville.



Students in 2.009 (Product Engineering Processes) launched “snowballs” at polar bears and target flags last Friday in Killian Court as part of the class’s engineering process challenge. A variety of launching devices, such as giant slingshots and pneumatic guns powered by bicycles, were present at the festive event.



Students in 2.009 (Product Engineering Processes) launched “snowballs” at polar bears and target flags last Friday in Killian Court as part of the class’s engineering process challenge. A variety of launching devices, such as giant slingshots and pneumatic guns powered by bicycles, were present at the festive event.



Students in 2.009 (Product Engineering Processes) launched “snowballs” at polar bears and target flags last Friday in Killian Court as part of the class’s engineering process challenge. A variety of launching devices, such as giant slingshots and pneumatic guns powered by bicycles, were present at the festive event.



Students in 2.009 (Product Engineering Processes) launched “snowballs” at polar bears and target flags last Friday in Killian Court as part of the class’s engineering process challenge. A variety of launching devices, such as giant slingshots and pneumatic guns powered by bicycles, were present at the festive event.


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