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Sean Y. Liu
The dinner that launched a dozen e-mails.
Sunny X. Long—The Tech
After intercepting the ball, defensive back Brian P. Doyle ’11 weaved his way around the defenders his teammate was blocking to rush for the Engineers’ third touchdown. The Engineers shut out the UMass Dartmouth Corsairs 26-0 in an impressive win Saturday afternoon at Steinbrenner Stadium.
Arfa Aijazi—The Tech
New Freshman Class President Danielle A. Class ’13 on the entire Freshman Class Council consisting of sorority pledges: “We’ll need to think outside the box, we won’t just focus on Greek life… We’ll be a strong team, and bring ideas to the table.”
David Chen—The Tech
Stasey Vishnevetsky ’12 hits a backhand shot during the women’s tennis match against Tufts University on Friday at the du Pont Tennis Courts. The Engineers lost the match 9-0 against a strong Tufts team.
Michael Y. McCanna—The Tech
Mark Abrahams, editor of Improbable Research, concludes the Ig Nobel Lectures, held this past Saturday in a very crowded 10-250.
Yuanyu Chen—The Tech
Members of MIT’s Cuban salsa dance group Casino Rueda perform a dance at the Latino Heritage Celebration Kick-Off, sponsored by the Latino Cultural Center, on the steps of the Student Center Sunday.
Jessica Lin—The Tech
Sivakami Sambasivam ’11 tests out a wheelchair designed in MIT’s Mobility Lab as lab member Danielle B. Whited ’11 looks on during the annual International Development Fair in Lobby 13 on Friday.
Michael McGraw-Herdeg—The Tech
Alyse Lamb of New Haven-based band Eula, which calls itself “post-punk-pre-historic-medium-gauge-indie-rock,” was the opening act for Mission of Burma at the Sunday afternoon concert in the East Campus courtyard.
Jessica Lin—The Tech
A family examines a glass pumpkin during the annual Great Glass Pumpkin Patch, held on Sunday at Kresge Oval. Proceeds from the sale of these decorative pumpkins benefit the MIT Glass Lab.
Sunny X. Long—The Tech
Alisha D. Lussiez ’12 dribbles around a sliding Bridgewater State College defender during the Engineers’ 1-2 loss Wednesday night to the Bears.
Michael McGraw-Herdeg—The Tech
Boston-area band Mission of Burma plays old favorites and songs from their new album “The Sound The Speed The Light” in the East Campus courtyard on Sunday. Hundreds of people came to the concert, sponsored by WMBR 88.1 FM and Newbury Comics. The album, which comes out today, is the band’s third in the 2000s after a twenty-year hiatus that began in 1983.
Sunny X. Long—The Tech
Attacker Jessica M. Oleinik ’11 controls the ball while scanning the field for an open pass during Saturday’s 4-2 win against Springfield College at the Barry Astroturf Field.
Alice Li
(from left) Alison M. Sheppard ’12, Danielle L. Gorman ’12, Kelechi E. Nwosu ’12, Lauren M. Chilton ’12, and Breanna R. Peterman ’12 of Sigma Kappa perform at SK’s Late Night extravaganza in Kresge Auditorium on Saturday evening.
Lin Xie
Players of the women’s volleyball team celebrate after winning a point during Friday’s match against Bridgewater State College at Rockwell Cage. The Engineers won this leg of the Tuft’s Invitational 3-0.
Greg Steinbrecher—The Tech
Mission of Burma bassist Clint Conley performs at a concert in the East Campus courtyard on Sunday afternoon.