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Courtesy Of USA Cycling
The MIT men’s cycling team composed of Jason A. Sears G, Anthony J. Schrauth G, and Michael L. Garrett G take off from the line at the Collegiate Track Nationals.
David M. Templeton—The Tech
Timothy E. Chin G shows off his skills at the pool table. Chin is one of the top pool trick shot artists in the world.
Kari Williams—The Tech
Paul Kagame, president of the Republic of Rwanda, delivers his speech, “Imperative of Science and Technology in Accelerating African and Rwandan Development,” as part of the Compton Lecture Series on Thursday in Kresge.
John Kennard—Courtesy of Michael Stevenson Gallery
South African artist Nicholas Hlobo uses rubber, ribbon, lace, and tassels in his exhibition for the ICA’s momentum series. The piece pictured above is part of his live performance gallery called “Thoba, utsale umnxeba” which translates into “to lower oneself and make a call.”
Biyeun M. Buczyk—The Tech
Júlio de Matos discusses his photographic work on the nearly extinct culture of Bejing’s hutongs at the opening of “Fading Hutongs” in the Wolk Gallery. The exhibit opened on Sept. 16 and will be up until Dec. 19.
Rachel Fong
LaVerde’s convenience store, located on the first floor of the Student Center, has decided to reduce its operating hours this year. In past semesters, LaVerde’s was open 24 hours/day during the week.
Courtesy Of USA Cycling
The MIT men’s cycling team composed of Jason A. Sears G, Anthony J. Schrauth G, and Michael L. Garrett G take off from the line at the Collegiate Track Nationals.
William Yee—The Tech
DeRon M. Brown ’10 rushes out from the defensive line in the Engineer’s game against Massachusetts Maritime on Saturday, Sept. 13 at the Henry Steinbrenner Stadium. MIT overpowered Mass. Maritime 42-14 and led to their first 2-0 season start since 2004. Brown rushed for a career-best 251 yards and two touchdowns during the game.
Ramya Sankar—The Tech
Students crowd around company booths at the MIT Career Fair, which was held in Johnson Athletic Center yesterday.
Sheng-Ying Pao
People gather on stage at the end of the performance during iFest on Sept. 5 in Walker Memorial. iFest celebrates the culture of different countries with several performances, cultural food, and a fashion show.
Quentin Smith—The Tech
Scot G. Frank ’09 (also a Tech photographer) shows off the solar concentrator he helped develop at the Innovation Night at the MIT Museum on Sept. 12.