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  • Down with Science

  • Garry Maskaly -- The Tech
    Baldemar Mejia '98 makes a diving catch in the end zone, scoring a touchdown in Saturday's game against UMass Boston. MIT won 41­20.

  • Miodrag Cirkovic -- The Tech
    Scott Blackburn '99 launches the ball in Saturday's game against UMass Boston. MIT won 41­20.

  • Miodrag Cirkovic -- The Tech
    Baldemar Mejia '98 fights his way out of the grasp of two defenders in Saturday's

  • Damned for Life

  • Garry Maskaly -- The Tech
    Duane Stevens '98 becomes the second player in MIT football history to be named a Burger King College Football Scholar­Athlete Award winner. Stevens was honored during halftime of Saturday's game against UMass Boston.

  • Miodrag Cirkovic -- The Tech
    Professor Emeritius Philip Morrison (right) answers a question from the audience about his new book Reason Enough to Hope. The program, moderated by Christopher Lydon (left), was sponsored by the Technology & Culture Forum and authors@mit Nov. 10 in Wong Auditorium.

  • Lucy Yang
    Providing an alternative to the work and pressure of the school year, The Toons held their fall concert Saturday in 10­250.

  • Yi Xie -- The Tech
    Hasse Borup and Se-Yun Lee of the Coolidge String Quartet finish with a flourish in their performance Friday in Kresge Auditorium.

  • ranDomeland

  • Krzysztof Gajos -- The Tech
    Paulo Bellinati, Brazilian guitarist and composer, demonstrates his command of the guitar Sunday in Kresge Auditorium.

  • Greg Kuhnen -- The Tech
    Catherine Oates '00 makes a break for the opponent's goal in a hockey game against Skidmore College Friday. MIT held Skidmore to one early goal, winning 2­1.

  • Janet Hsieh
    Grant Kristofek '02 tears a path through the water to finish first in the men's 1000 meter freestyle at a meet against Springfield College Friday. Grant also took first place in the men's 500 meter freestyle.

  • Greg Kuhnen -- The Tech
    The often enigmatic MIT Marching Band made an appearance at the Women's Ice Hockey game Sunday to cheer for the team and the Zamboni driver.