Kelsey K. Cappelle ’11 sets up a textbook spike against UMass-Dartmouth on Tuesday night. The Engineers won the match (30-20, 30-25, 30-19).
Michael McGraw-Herdeg—The Tech
Reporters crowd around the cab Star A. Simpson ’10 and a friend are taking away from the East Boston District Court following her arraignment Sept. 21, 2007 on charges of disorderly conduct and possession of a hoax device. “Are you happy to be out?” asks one reporter. “Are you sorry?” asks another.
Marissa Vogt—The Tech
Star A. Simpson ’10 leaves the East Boston District Court after her arraignment the afternoon of Sept. 21, 2007 on charges of disorderly conduct and possession of a hoax device. She was released on $750 bail.
David M. Templeton—The Tech
MIT defensive back Steven M. Nunez ’09 tackles Framington State College’s freshman running back Shawn Miller during the second quarter of the Engineer’s 10-17 home opener loss on Saturday at Steinbrenner Stadium. The football team’s next home game will be Saturday, Sept. 29.
Michael McGraw-Herdeg—The Tech
Local media representatives barrage Star A. Simpson ’10 with questions after she was arraigned on charges of disorderly conduct and possession of a hoax device. Simpson was released on $750 bail on Sept. 21, 2007.
Solar 7, the “green” house being constructed by the MIT Solar Decathlon team, will be shipped to Washington, D.C. for the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon competition in early October.
Nick Semenkovich—The Tech
Residents from East Campus deliver fresh papaya to FOX25 Reporter Martin Morenz who was soliciting comments from students regarding the arrest of Star A. Simpson ’10. A melon with an embedded LED was also offered to reporters. Simpson was at Logan Airport to meet her boyfriend and was arrested after the innocuous LED device attached to her sweatshirt alarmed airport authorities.
Eric D. Schmiedl
Julia Z. Yu ’10 (right) speaks with Derek Choy and Grace Ulvevadet at the eBay booth.
Eric D. Schmiedl—The Tech
Michael A. D’Ambrosio G (left) talks with Clarence Hu of Integration Appliance, Inc. during Thursday’s Career Fair. Hu stood at the entrance to the fair, holding hand-lettered signs asking, “Do you love programming? If so, let’s chat” and “Are you a non-engineer trapped in an engineer’s body?”
Alex H. Chan—The Tech
Maria Brennan, assistant director of the International Students Office, welcomes Yew Chin Leow G and his wife Kimberly Ang to the inaugural ISO Jeanty International Tea.
The men’s water polo team huddles together in a time out during the first period of yesterday’s game against Harvard University. The Engineers lost 8-11.
Conan L. Hom
Students and employers mingle on the first floor of Johnson Athletic Center during Thursday’s Career Fair.
The shepherd’s son or March Hare (Molly Goyer Gorman, back) is being tricked by Prince Florizel’s thieving servant Autolycus (Owen Holland, front). The Cambridge American Stage Tour visited MIT this week to perform Shakespeare’s “The Winter’s Tale.” For more information, visit http://castonline.org/.