In this live-action photo David Rush ‘07 juggles 14-inch knives while balancing on a board and a piece of PVC pipe at MIT Juggle Mania II in March. “Always wear a helmet,” he quips. An electrical-engineering and computer science major, Rush serves as president of the MIT Student Juggling Club, better known as Course 16.5, Aero-Disastro.
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