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Sarah G. Wilson ’16 prepares to shoot over a Wellesley College defender in a Women’s Water Polo scrimmage.




Jazz vocalist Beth Logan Raffeld performs in Killian Hall on Feb. 14, 2013 as Keala Kaumeheiwa supplies the bass line. The Valentine’s Day jazz concert, sponsored by MIT Music and Theater Arts, also featured music professor John Harbison on the piano and wind ensemble director Fred Harris on the drums.




Daniel B. Elitzer G (left) and Jeremy L. Rubin ’16 (right) want to give every MIT undergraduate $100 in bitcoin.




A cramped port that grants access into the innards of the fusion reactor glowed brightly.




Jose A. Gomez ’17 is a Course 16 student who grew up in Texas, undocumented. He is part of DreaMIT, a group for undocumented students at MIT.




Both protesters and supporters of the Dalai Lama made their voices heard on campus during the Tibetan spiritual leader’s visit on Friday. Those protesting accused the Dalai Lama of oppressing a form a Buddhism that is devoted to the entity Dorje Shugden. Just across from the protesters, numerous supporters gathered to show their approval for the Dalai Lama.




Both protesters and supporters of the Dalai Lama made their voices heard on campus during the Tibetan spiritual leader’s visit on Friday. Those protesting accused the Dalai Lama of oppressing a form a Buddhism that is devoted to the entity Dorje Shugden. Just across from the protesters, numerous supporters gathered to show their approval for the Dalai Lama.




A tree stump sits in front the Student Center last year. Creating one ton of paper towels requires the destruction of 17 trees, according to NextSustain.



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