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Tech Reunions 2007

Photos from this year’s reunions.
August 15, 2007

Tech Reunions 2007 June 7-10

1 Baker House alumni repre­senting classes from 1972 to 1979 gather in their former home.

2 “I looked like that??” Class
of 2002 alumni relive memories.

3 At the Technology Day luncheon, outgoing Association president Martin Tang, SM ‘72; Association executive vice president Beth Garvin, HM; new honorary member Desh Deshpande; President Susan Hockfield; and incoming Association president Harbo Jensen, PhD ‘74, celebrate the year’s successes.

4 Tech Challenge Games bring out alumni and their families for sun and fun. Congratulations to the winning class–1982.

5 Tech Night at the Pops featured the MIT anthem and
a piano performance by MIT professor David Deveau.

6 Martin Tang, SM ‘72, carries the ceremonial mace into commencement exercises
in Killian Court.

7 Class of 1957 officers Bill Salmon, Arthur Bergles, Bob Gal, Nelson Disco, and Ed Hoyt lead the 141st commencement procession into Killian Court.

8 Congratulations to the Class of 1967, whose boat won
the Reunion Row.

9 Members of the Class of 1982 begin reunion festivities.

10 Bob Ferrara ‘67, class president and the Association’s director of FSILG alumni relations; Association EVP Beth Garvin, HM; and John Rudy ‘67, SM ‘68, pause at
the class dinner at the JFK Library in Boston.

11 At the MIT10 alumni reception at the MIT Museum, graduate student Alex Mozdzanowska, Shana Diez ‘02,
and Catherine Dunn ‘02 chat.

12 Phyllis and Herb Brody ‘52 take a turn at the Cardinal
and Gray Dinner.

Images by Justin Knight and Chris Brown

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