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Rachel Fong—The Tech
Comedian Russell Peters drew in a big crowd for his performance in Kresge Auditorium on Oct. 3.
Andrew T. Lukmann—The Tech
Former Director of the C.I.A. R. James Woolsey acts as campaign surrogate for John McCain.
Michael Meyer—The Tech
Ken Van Tilburg ’11 prepares to crush a backhand in the Engineers’ men’s tennis 5-4 win over Salve Regina on Saturday.
Andrew T. Lukmann—The Tech
Executive director of the National Commission on Energy Policy Jason Grumet speaks on behalf of Barack Obama.
Allison M. Alwan
Christian W. Therkelsen ’11 gains control of the ball during Wednesday’s men’s soccer game versus Brandeis. The Engineers won 5-0.
Andrea Robles—The Tech
Anna B. Shafiro ’10 (left) and Kasey M. Rowe ’10 promote Alpha Chi Omega’s Domestic Violence Awareness Week in Lobby 10. Throughout the week AXO sold around 1200 carnations to raise funds for the Boston Area Rape Crisis Center. The week will culminate with a lunch fundraiser in the Bush Room today from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Rachel Fong—The Tech
Project Coordinator Lars Torres introduced this year’s challenge to find low-cost energy storage solutions at the IDEAS generator dinner on Thursday evening in Walker. The IDEAS Competition is a service based award that judges project ideas based on their innovation, feasibility, and community impact, and funds the winners to implement these projects.
David M. Templeton—The Tech
THIS IS JEOPARDY! — Vibin A. Kundukulam ’11 (bottom-right) watches himself on Jeopardy! while dozens of other students cheer him on in the packed Burton 5 floor lounge in Burton-Conner House on Thursday evening. Kundukulam ended the show in second place, taking home the standard prize of $2000.