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Students attend the vigil organized at the steps of the Student Center yesterday in the wake of the mass shooting at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pa
Students gather around Rev.com's booth at MIT's Fall Career Fair Sept. 21. The fair, held in the Zesiger Center and adjacent facilities, attracts hundreds of companies every year
TechMart, a grocery store that opened in the Walker Memorial building Monday, aims to provide ''at cost'' groceries to students after Star Market closed down in the spring
A student walks past chalk art at the Stata Center that says ''the Chancellor & the COD are RAPIST ENABLERS'' Sept. 17
Khalid
Audience at Khalid's concert
Tyler, the Creator
Queens of the Stone Age bass player Michael Shuman
St. Vincent
Romil Hemnani, Matt Champion, and Merlyn Wood of ''The Internet's first boy band'' Brockhampton
Part of the audience at Brockhampton concert
Part of the audience at Brockhampton concert
Royal Blood bass player and vocalist Mike Kerr
Hayley Williams of Paramore
Eric Howk, Kyle O'Quin, and John Baldwin Gourley of Portugal. The Man
Maggie Rogers
Jazz vocalist Gretchen Parlato performs at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum's RISE Concert series April 26
Murals from Senior House are displayed in the Wiesner Gallery on the 2nd floor of the Student Center
5,660 red flags were planted outside the Student Center to bring awareness to the problem of dating abuse. According to the CDC, nearly half of people will experience psychological aggression from an intimate partner in their lifetimes
Prefrosh Julia Park finds her way in front of the student center and building 7 Thursday during MIT's annual Campus Preview Weekend, which runs April 12ñApril 15 this year
Students work in 26-110, the Compton Lounge, refurnished recently by the UA Innovation Committee
A student works in 26-110, the Compton Lounge, in front of boards filled with student feedback about the refurnished room
Two students work in the refurnished Compton Lounge, which includes free snacks and drinks
Students take naps in between classes at the Compton Lounge, 26-110, which has been recently refurnished
Two students work on their laptops in 26-110, the Compton Lounge, which houses a well-lit individual study space, snacks, and drinks
A student busies himself with the Lego set in 26-110, the Compton Lounge, which has been recently refurnished by the UA Innovation Committee
Protesters gathered outside Lobby 7 the day before the prince was to visit MIT
A hacker working late night at MIT Bitcoin hackathon during MIT's bitcoin Expo which took place the weekend of Mar. 17 - 18 at MIT
Allan and Danny Gelman '20 in one of the two Next House doubles that IS&T will convert to telecom receiver rooms this summer. Their room is Khan Academy founder Sal Khan '98's former room
A hack showing support for DACA students appeared in Lobby 7 March 11
Nathan Liang '21 is involved in The Tech, DynaMIT, Concourse, and RAK Week, and wants to start a Taiko Dojo Club at MIT
Students write and post letters to home and abroad free of charge thanks to MIT Libraries in Lobby 10 during Random Act of Kindness (RAK) week
The MIT European Career Fair took place Saturday Feb. 24 in the Johnson track. Companies and universities from different European countries met with MIT students looking to work or study in Europe
The ring committee revealed the class of 2020 Brass Rat at the ring premiere last Friday, Feb. 16 in Kresge Auditorium
West Garage parking facility (W45) is in the process of being demolished for the new undergraduate dorm on campus, which is expected to open in 2020
Ivy Li '20, explains her photos to a curious member of audience in her black-and-white photo exhibition in the Wiesner student gallery Dec. 8. Her photos will be exhibited in the gallery for the next month
Khanh Nguyen and Ryan Gulland of team Duo Et Machina, which won the second prize at The Trashion Show 2017
A designer poses with her model at Trashion Show 2017
Team Kinetic Peacock posing for photos in the recess between the ramp walk and the award ceremony at Trashion Show 2017
Model at The Trashion Show 2017 posing on the catwalk
Model at The Trashion Show 2017 posing on the catwalk
Model at The Trashion Show 2017 posing on the catwalk
Model at The Trashion Show 2017 posing on the catwalk
Model at The Trashion Show 2017 posing on the catwalk
Model at The Trashion Show 2017 posing on the catwalk
Model at The Trashion Show 2017 posing on the catwalk
Model at The Trashion Show 2017 posing on the catwalk
Model at The Trashion Show 2017 posing on the catwalk
Model at The Trashion Show 2017 posing on the catwalk
Model at The Trashion Show 2017 posing on the catwalk
Model at The Trashion Show 2017 posing on the catwalk
Model at The Trashion Show 2017 posing on the catwalk
Model at The Trashion Show 2017 posing on the catwalk
Model at The Trashion Show 2017 posing on the catwalk
Model at The Trashion Show 2017 posing on the catwalk
Model at The Trashion Show 2017 posing on the catwalk
Model at The Trashion Show 2017 posing on the catwalk
Model at The Trashion Show 2017 posing on the catwalk
Model at The Trashion Show 2017 posing on the catwalk
Models at The Trashion Show 2017 posing on the catwalk
Model at The Trashion Show 2017 posing on the catwalk
Model at The Trashion Show 2017 posing on the catwalk
Marcy Gillis sporting ''Woven'', a dress designed by Julie Kim and made by weaving and tying a series of knots from plastic threads, which were created by twisting together thin strips of trash bags at The Trashion Show 2017, organized by UA committee on sustainability Saturday, Dec. 1. Judges awarded ''Woven'' the first place in the show
Cryptocurrency enthusiasts from around the greater Boston area listen to a video intro done by Lex Sokolin, Global Director Fintech Strategy, Partner at Autonomous Research, at the event ''Initial Coin Offerings: The Rise of Crypto Capitalism'', organized by MIT Enterprise Forum Cambridge at Room 32-123 Thursday Nov. 30, right as bitcoin broke the $11,000 mark
Shirley Ann Jackson, the first African-American female MIT student to earn a PhD, addresses the audience at the memorial service held in honor of Paul E. Gray, MIT's 14th president, in a ceremony Thursday Nov. 30. Paul E. Gray earned a bachelors, MS and PhD from MIT on 1954, 1955, and 1960 respectively, and served as MIT's president from 1980 to 1990. He passed away due to complications from Alzheimer's disease Sep. 18, 2017
MIT Indoor Lawn project covered significant parts of Student Center (W20)'s first floor with real grass Nov. 27
Vice President of Dean of Student Life Suzy Nelson, center, discusses ways to increase awareness of bias with participants at the Standing up for One MIT event Friday
Cedric Jackon II performs in the opening act at the RISE concert in Isabella Stewart Gardner museum Oct. 12
A lonely dinosaur skeleton sits atop Kresge Oval Oct. 23, likely placed there by hackers
Alice Smith performs from her album ''She'' in the RISE Concert at Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Oct. 12
Rainer Weiss, professor emeritus at MIT, was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics ''for decisive contrd the observatiotational waves'' Oct. 3
Cheeslings, Golden Olive Chicken and Gangnam-style Wings at BB.Q Chicken ó A Korean-style olive-oil fried chicken place opened recently in Allston
A team working on their hack in the hacking arena
Steve Huffman, the CEO of popular internet community reddit, delivering his keynote speech to the hackers gathered at HackMIT
The opening ceremony of HackMIT, attended by the hackers and the sponsoring companies
Group of hackers late at night working on their project
Hackers waiting for the on-spot registration to open. Due to extreme interest, only fifty hackers were admitted on-spot
A hacker showing off his hack on 3D images at HackMIT
Kyle Vogt, the founder and CEO of Cruise, addresses the hackers gathered at HackMIT
A HackMIT mentor working with a hacker on solving a technical issue
Group of students gathering at the company stalls set up in the hacking arena to meet the recruiters and get some free swag
A part of the Student Loan Art Program Exhibition by MIT's List Visual Art Center which ran from Sept. 5 ñ 17
Masquerade parade participant at 25th Caribbean Carnival, Cambridge which took place between Central Square and Kendall Square on September 10th
NASA astronaut and former Whitehead Institute Fellow Kate Rubins met with local students at the Whitehead Institute on Sept. 12
LaVerde's Market, the largest and best known convenience store on campus, will no longer provide 24-hour service starting Sept. 7
New House will undergo a year of renovations. Houses 5 and 6 will remain open for the fall
MacGregor's convenience store closed after struggling to maintain business
Armies of MIT's east and west side engage in MIT's annual REX ''Water Wars'' Aug. 29 as dusk fell on Killian Court
The intersection of Main Street and Portland Street, where a shooting took place on Sunday afternoon near the edge of campus

Nur Muhammad "Mahi" Shafiullah

Sometimes you wake up. Sometimes the fall kills you. And sometimes, when you fall, you fly.