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A Cakewalk

More images of the MIT150 cake served at Toast to Tech on June 4.

MIT’s great dome rendered in cake.

Professor David Mindell, PhD ’96, who chaired the MIT150 Steering Committee, stands before a sugary version of Simmons Hall wielding the sword that he and President Hockfield used to cut the MIT150 cake. Both are wearing red glow-in-the-dark necklaces handed out at Toast to Tech.

Professor David Mindell, PhD ’96, slices into the Kresge Building as Tim the Beaver applauds.

MIT150 cake creator George Montilio of Montilio’s Bakery poses between his Killian Court confection and a river of cupcakes representing the Charles.

The Ray and Maria Stata Center cake.

The edible version of E62, the MIT Sloan School of Management’s new building on Memorial Drive. For more, see a video tour of the MIT150 cake here.

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