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Melissa Renee Schumacher—The Tech
The H1N1 Swine Flu virus has been spreading on campus. MIT Medical has been leading a campaign that attempts to reduce transmission.
Sunny X. Long
The Engineers shut out the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth with a 5-0 win on Tuesday at Steinbrenner Stadium. Here, midfielder Edith R. Reshef ’11 deftly maneuvers the ball down the sideline as she moves past her defender.
DAvid Da He—The Tech
A rocky shore is seen near Peggys Point Lighthouse in Nova Scotia, Canada.
Rui Luo
Muhammad Saif Farooqui from the Analysis Group engaged in an animated conversation with Diego Barido ’10 at the 2009 MIT Career Fair yesterday.
Samuel L. Range
A sign cautions visitors in front of Old Faithful at Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming.
Eric D. Schmiedl—The Tech
A dominant male lion attacks his son, putting him in his place, at the Kapama Game Reserve in Hoedspruit, South Africa.
John Z. Sun—The Tech
A guard tower is seen at the Imperial Palace in Tokyo, Japan.
Samuel L. Range—The Tech
The Yellowstone Lower Falls in Wyoming is the largest waterfall in the Rocky Mountains. The Tech’s photography staff share more images from their summer vacations on pages 8–9.
Eric D. Schmiedl—The Tech
The Sydney Opera House, one of the world’s most famous examples of modernist architecture, is seen on an Australian winter evening.
Samuel L. Range
Junior Christian W. Therkelsen charges upfield during the first half of the Engineer’s night match against Claremont-Mudd-Scripps on September 11 at Steinbrenner Stadium. Vigorous defenses from both teams kept most of the game in a deadlock, but CMS pulled ahead in double overtime for a 2-1 victory.
Rui Luo
Cambridge City Council candidate Leland Cheung G (left) poses for The Tech on the Lobby 7 steps.
Oscar A. Viquez Rojas
During the Career Fair on Thursday in the Johnson Athletic Center, Linwood Smith (left) and Kim Wagenbach explain to Naomi L. Lynch ’12 (right) the opportunities available for sophomores at NASA.
Andrea Robles—The Tech
Members of “Equality Now” protest against Proposition 8 during the 39th Annual San Francisco LGBT Pride Parade on June 28. The parade centered around this year’s theme: “In Order to Form a More Perfect Union…”
John Z. Sun—The Tech
Barden E. Cleeland ’10 (left) and Katrina M. Ellison ’10 team up for a block against Clark University at the women’s volleyball match in Rockwell Cage on Monday. The Engineers won in three sets.
Diane Rak—The Tech
Tech Talk is ceasing publication after 52 years of serving the MIT community in printed form. It is being replaced by a newly-revamped News Office website.
Biyeun Buczyk—The Tech
Carolina Hernandez teaches a student from Bwala Secondary School, Uganda how to use a typing tutor. She is part of a group of high students from Seattle, WA and Greenwich, CT who came to Uganda for three weeks in June with the Computers for Uganda organization to set up computer labs in primary and secondary schools there.