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Michael Meyer—The Tech
Alexandria C. Hall ’12 smacks a backhand return in the women’s tennis team’s win over Clark University on Saturday afternoon at the duPont Tennis Courts. For more details about the match, see article on page 16.
Frank M. Yaul
Former Director of the C.I.A. R. James Woolsey (left) and executive director of the National Commission on Energy Policy Jason Grumet debate energy policy as campaign surrogates for U.S. Presidential candidates John McCain and Barack Obama (respectively) at Kresge Auditorium on Monday evening.
Michael K. Yu
MIT President Susan J. Hockfield is presented with a tie-dye style T-shirt from members of the crew team as part of the Crew Alumni Association’s boat dedication at the Boathouse on Saturday morning.
William Yee—The Tech
(From left) David A. Croom ’09, Kamo Jurn ’10, Jason A. Scott ’10, Ayaboe K. Edoh ’10, and Tarikh C. Campbell ’09 perform in Sigma Kappa’s Late Night on Saturday evening in Kresge as the dance crew Back Bay Boys.
William Yee—The Tech
Zeta Psi brothers Manuel Cabral ’12 (top) and Conor R. O’Rourke ’11 perform a flip during Sigma Kappa’s Late Night in Kresge on Saturday evening.
Andrew J. Shum
Members of the service fraternity Alpha Phi Omega paint a bench on the bank of the Charles River as part of the Smoot 50th Anniversary Celebration on Saturday afternoon.
Andrew J. Shum
The MIT sailing team competes in the Smith Trophy last Saturday on the Charles River.
William Yee—The Tech
Xudan Liu ’10 and Ainsley K. Braun ’10, both of Pi Beta Phi, performed as Ken and Barbie in the Sigma Kappa Late Night fundraiser for Alzheimer’s disease research.
David M. Templeton—The Tech
Elephants from the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus walk down Massachusetts Ave. past Building 1 on Monday evening. The elephants, along with other circus animals, were being transported from train cars behind Simmons Hall to the TD Banknorth Garden.
Rachel Fong—The Tech
Comedian Russell Peters gestures during his headlining act of MIT’s Fall Festival on Friday evening in the Kresge Auditorium. Peters’ show, which is known for his jokes about racial stereotypes, was very popular, selling out quickly and attracting an audience from both MIT and the outside community.
Willian Yee—The Tech
Daniel Chen ’11 and Tiffany W. Guo ’09 perform as Aladdin and Jasmine in the IFC/Panhel act of SK Late Night in Kresge. This act won the crowd favorite award after a vote by the audience at the end of the show.