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10-250, as seen on MIT Cable’s channel 11 shortly past midnight Tuesday.
Ishika Mohan—Fox Searchlight Pictures
Jamal Malik (left), played by Dev Patel, makes his way from the slums of Mumbai to the final question of India’s Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?, hosted by Prem Kumar (right, Anil Kapoor), in the film “Slumdog Millionaire.
Deana Newcomb—Summit Entertainment
Kristen Stewart plays Bella Swan, a teenaged girl who falls in love with the vampire Edward Cullen (played by Robert Pattison), in the film “Twilight,” an adaptation of the best-selling book of the same name.
Monica Kahn—The Tech
Shanying Cui ’09 belts out Jewel’s “Foolish Games” during the Muses’ fall concert on Friday night.
Chelsea Grimm—The Tech
Kristen E. Whaley ’11 attempts to score in the Women Engineers’ November 22 basketball game against Eastern Nazarene College. The Crusaders bested MIT 57-47 in the non-conference game.
Steve Howland—The Tech
Austin Anderson ’12 prepares a backhand drive in Sunday’s squash tournament against Vanderbilt University at the Zesiger Center. MIT won the match, with Victories by Andrew Yoon ’10, Saad Zaheer ’09, John R. Kucharczyk ’11, and Robert A. Habib ’11.
Seth Villarreal­—The Tech
Deepa Mokshagundam ’09, Matt Ciborowski G, and David Brescia (left to right) of Roadkill Buffet — MIT’s improvisational comedy troupe — carry on a conversation where, at all times, at least one person must have their head in a bucket full of water.
Perry Hung—The Tech
Gergana Bounova G takes a swing for the MIT Women’s Volleyball Club team. Four club teams competed in a trio of tournaments held at Rockwell Cage on Saturday, November 22. Bounova’s Maroon team won a thrilling three-game final to capture their division.
Monica Kahn—The Tech
Members of the Muses and St. Louis University’s Bare Naked Statues face off in a beatboxing battle during the Muses’ fall concert on Friday night.
Vincent Auyeung—The Tech
A composite of five images shows the stages of sophomore Elizabeth L. Stavely’s 1-meter dive in Saturday’s double-header against Babson College and Bowdoin College. Stavely’s exhibition dive earned an unofficial score of 169.0 while the women’s team finished second of three overall.
Monica Kahn—The Tech
Stephanie E. Oh ’09 and Caroline H. Hunting ’11 belt “Doo Wop (That Thing)” by Lauryn Hill at Resonance’s fall concert on Saturday night.
Monica Kahn—The Tech
Joshua M. Karges ’08 of Resonance sings We the Living’s “Best Laid Plans” on Saturday night.