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Gangster Frank Lucas (played by Denzel Washington) names names to outcast cop Richie Roberts (Russell Crowe) in the true juggernaut success story of a cult hero from the streets of 1970s Harlem in “American Gangster.”
Sherry Yan—The Tech
Music Director Richard Pittman conducts the New England Philharmonic orchestra as it performs in Kresge Auditorium on Saturday, Oct. 27.
David M. Templeton—The Tech
Red Sox Outfielders Jacoby Ellsbury (left) and Bobby Kielty greet fans at Wednesday’s Rolling Rally. The rally began at Fenway Park and made its way to City Hall Plaza in Duck Boats, stopping occasionally to let star closer Jonathan Papelbon perform his now famous Irish dance.
David M. Templeton—The Tech
Sox Designated Hitter David Ortiz waves to fans during Wednesday’s Rolling Rally. The rally began at Fenway Park and made its way to City Hall Plaza in Duck Boats, stopping occasionally to let star closer Jonathan Papelbon perform his now famous Irish dance.
Omari Stephens—The Tech
Dertouzos lecture series speaker Bill Dally, also chairman of Stanford University’s Department of Computer Science, listens to a question from Course VI Professor Anant Agarwal (right) after his talk last Thursday, Oct. 31. In the talk, Dally argued that managing communication, rather than increasing raw horsepower, is the key to fast computation.
David M. Templeton—The Tech
Red Sox Manager Terry Francona waves to the crowd during Wednesday’s Rolling Rally in Boston. The rally began at Fenway Park and made its way to City Hall Plaza in Duck Boats, stopping occasionally to let star closer Jonathan Papelbon perform his now famous Irish dance. See page 15 for more photos.
Diana Ye—The Tech
Drag Kings Bill Dagger (Mattie Richardson) and Corn Bread (Patricia Hemphill) perform in a skit about nerd-jock love at the “Too Hot to Handle” lecture and demonstration featuring their all-black drag king troupe Nappy Grooves on Oct. 31.
David M. Templeton—The Tech
The 2007 World Champion Red Sox head down Boylston St. during Wednesday’s Rolling Rally. The rally began at Fenway Park and made its way to City Hall Plaza in Duck Boats, stopping occasionally to let star closer Jonathan Papelbon perform his now famous Irish dance.
David M. Templeton—The Tech
Thousands of fans line Boylston St. eagerly trying to see the 2007 World Champion Red Sox as they pass during Wednesday’s Rolling Rally. The rally began at Fenway Park and made its way to City Hall Plaza in Duck Boats, stopping occasionally to let star closer Jonathan Papelbon perform his now famous Irish dance.