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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Photos by lenny Martinez


Mounica R. Paturu ’16 and Helen A. Sakharova ’19 face off in the final for women’s epée at the New England Intercollegiate Fencing Conference held this past Saturday at Wellesley College.




Kathryn A. Notarangelo ’18 moves to keep the ball away from an incoming Endicott College player during last Wednesday’s home game against Endicott College. The Engineers earned their first win of the season with a score of 19-10.




Hackers light the dome purple for Relay for Life.




On March 9, Maseeh Hall Executive Council declared war on Simmons Hall. During the past weekend a group of students travelled to Simmons and filled up 35 garbage bags with all the plastic balls from the Simmons ball pit. The balls are currently located in the fifth floor lounge of Maseeh Hall.




Kristyn M. Beretta ’16 runs up the field as a player from Wellesley college attempts to cut her off during Wednesday’s lacrosse game. The MIT Engineers beat Wellesley College 20-9.




Dean of Admissions Stuart Schmill welcomed and congratulated accepted students during Thursday’s CPW Orientation.




Allison Paul.




Residents of McCormick Hall make strawberry smoothies for prospective students last Saturday during CPW.




A tombstone was errected on the grounds where Bexley used to stand late Saturday night. Bexley Hall was closed in 2013 due to structural problems, and demolition was approved in early 2015. In place of Bexley Hall, there is now a small park.






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