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Volume 130, Issue 35 — 19 photos
Notices on PBE’s door inform freshmen that there will be no more rush events.
Jeff Guo—The Tech
Beta Theta Pi was brought before the Rush Infractions Board on Sunday.
Nikita A. Khlystov
Connor Kirschbaum—The Tech
To enjoy the Boston Pops’ July 4th concert and the fireworks, thousands of people gathered on the Cambridge side of the Charles River across from the Esplanade
Fariborz Maseeh ScD ’90 contributed $24 million to complete the construction in W1, which had stalled for lack of funds. Maseeh Hall is scheduled to open in fall of 2011 and will help expand MIT’s student population.
Greg Steinbrecher—The Tech
Connor kirschbaum—The Tech
An unusually-decorated car is seen on a New York state highway.
Jordan T. Moldow
Hexagonal volcanic rocks form the Giant’s Causeway in County Antrim, Northern Ireland.
Melissa Renee Schumacher—The Tech
The Esplanade is seen from the Harvard Bridge at the end of August. The warm summer evenings were great for runners, walkers and everyone enjoying the spectacular views to and from the Esplanade.
This interactive artwork at the Singapore Night Festival is called the “The World’s Slowest SMS Billboard.” Workers ran around frantically, hoisting and placing human sized cardboard letters onto the front of the five...
Aviv Ovadya—The Tech
Students register for classes in Johnson Ice Rink on Tuesday. Despite movements toward towards digitization, MIT still uses paper registration forms.
Nicholas Chornay—The Tech
St. Joseph Lighthouse, in Michigan, at sunset
Sam Range—The Tech
The Petronas Towers at night in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The Petronas towers are the tallest twin buildings in the world, standing at 1482.6 feet.
Ethan SOlomon—The Tech
Masjid Raya Batam, or Batam Great Mosque, in Batam Centre, Indonesia. Batam is a small island off the coast of Singapore.
Ethan Solomon—The Tech
Three Indonesian street artists, Popo, Bujangan Urban and Rharharha, were brought in from Jakarta to create billboards for the 2010 “Night Festival” in Singapore. In addition to the traditional spray paint, they used ...
Aviv Ovadya—The Tech