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Baseball scores 31 runs in a single game against Emerson
by The Tech - MIT's Student Newspaper
Jan 01, 2017
“By Phil Hess DAPER STAFF MIT’s offense cranked out a total of 44 runs and its pitching allowed just three as the Engineers swept a New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) baseball doubleheader from Emerson College to complete a three-game sweep of the series. In the first game, MIT set a new school record for runs scored in a 31-2 win and then completed the sweep with a 13-1 decision in game two. Max Lancaster ’18 hit three home runs and drove in a total of seven runs over the two games for the Engineers.”
Cycling team overcomes odds to win at Shippensburg
by The Tech - MIT's Student Newspaper
Jan 01, 2017
“By Souparno Ghosh SPORTS EDITOR The MIT cycling team placed first overall at the Eastern Collegiate Cycling Conference (ECCC) Shippensburg Scurry race with contributions from each of its seven team members.”
Lakers legend Kobe Bryant bids farewell to NBA
by The Tech - MIT's Student Newspaper
Apr 14, 2016
“By Zachary Collins SPORTS STAFF This past Wednesday night, the Los Angeles Lakers played the Utah Jazz in each team’s last game of the regular season. Without context, this would not seem like a historic night, but all eyes were fixated on the Staples Center court as an NBA legend prepared to suit up for the final game of his career.”
BOOK REVIEW: A tale of hazing and hacking at MIT
by The Tech - MIT's Student Newspaper
Apr 08, 2016
“By Karleigh Moore ARTS EDITOR For those unfamiliar with MIT, reading Geeks & Greeks will likely be an eye-opening experience, as the graphic novel quickly dispels many MIT stereotypes. In the first few chapters, we see that Greek life exists at MIT, and that students aren’t a bunch of overly serious nerds — they like to joke around, prank each other, and put large objects on top of buildings. I’m a campus tour guide, and you wouldn’t believe (and would maybe be a little insulted) by the number of tourists and prospective students who ask if MIT even has clubs, Greek life, and sports. The artwork is consistently pleasing throughout the novel, and certainly does a great job at bringing many unbelievable events to life. In this way, the novel is certainly a compelling read, filled with jokes that will please anyone with nerdier sensibilities and stories that are sure to inspire young readers to apply to the Institute.”
by The Tech - MIT's Student Newspaper
Apr 08, 2016
“Women’s tennis (11-4) defeated Tufts University 6-3.”
Alumni have summitted the highest points of every North American country
by The Tech - MIT's Student Newspaper
Apr 08, 2016
“By Souparno Ghosh SPORTS EDITOR Scaling new heights or overcoming the insurmountable have become cliches associated with the achievements of MIT students. But for Matthew and Eric Gilbertson (both PhD ’14) those phrases apply almost literally. In just over five years the twin brothers have scaled the highest peaks of every single country (23 to be exact) in North America. In an interview with The Tech, they reflected on their incredible journey — from the hours of careful planning, to treading surreptitiously on the edge of perilous cliffs, to the sheer exhilaration of reaching the summit and the realization that they are the only breathing human beings in a quarter-mile radius with nothing but tranquility and snow for company.”
Julia Sharpe ’09, William White ’17 shine in gymnastics meet
by The Tech - MIT's Student Newspaper
Apr 06, 2016
“By Souparno Ghosh SPORTS EDITOR The MIT Gymnastics Club hosted its annual alumni meet shortly before spring break. William L. White ’17 clinched top spot overall in the men’s category with victories in the floor and vault in addition to second place finishes in pommel horse and parallel bars and third place in rings and high bars. MIT alumni Nate Sharp ’09 and Julia Sharpe ’09 made up the top three. Ben Rudolph of Cambridge Community Gymnastics won first place in rings, pommel horse, parallel bars and high bars.”
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