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ON THE CROWDED SHOW FLOOR, LARGE DISPLAYS ARE KEY TO ATTRACTING THE ATTENTION OF PASSERSBY.
COSPLAYERS ARE AN ESSENTIAL PART OF ANY ANIME OR COMIC BOOK CONVENTION. NEW YORK COMIC CON 2010 WAS NO EXCEPTION.
Connor Kirschbaum—The Tech
Most common student concerns for the UA. Square area corresponds to student interest. Numbers refer to quantity of student references to the issue in the survey results
TOP STARCRAFT 2 PLAYER CHRIS “HUK” LORANGER PROUDLY HOLDS UP HIS THIRD PLACE CHECK FOR THE INTEL EXTREME MASTERS AMERICAN CHAMPIONSHIP FINALS TOURNAMENT. TO HIS LEFT STAND FIRST PLACE JIAN CARLO JOAN MORAYRA “FENIX” ALEJO (FAR LEFT) AND SECOND PLACE KEVIN “QXC” RILEY (NEAR LEFT).
MANY GAME DEVELOPERS SHOWED OFF THEIR HIGHLY ANTICIPATED GAMES AT NEW YORK COMIC CON 2010. GAMERS WERE EAGER TO PLAY TITLES SUCH AS FINAL FANTASY XIV, BLOOD STONE 007, AND MARVEL VS. CAPCOM 3.
SARA CANNING AND KEVIN WILLIAMSON, CAST MEMBERS OF THE UPCOMING CW SHOW VAMPIRE DIARIES, ANSWER QUESTIONS FROM EXCITED FANS AT NEW YORK COMIC CON 2010.
NEW YORK COMIC CON 2010 GOERS WATCH COUNTER-STRIKE TEAM “EVIL GENIUSES” COMPETE IN THE INTEL EXTREME MASTERS AMERICAN CHAMPIONSHIP FINALS ON SATURDAY. GAMES ARE BROADCAST BOTH ONLINE AND ON LARGE HIGH-DEFINITION SCREENS IN THE EXHIBITION HALL.
A TEAMLIQUID.NET STAFF MEMBER INTERVIEWS “THEGUNRUN” FOR HFGL.TV’S STARCRAFT 2 ONLINE STREAM. THEGUNRUN IS ONE OF THE TWO CO-CASTERS FOR THE INTEL EXTREME MASTERS STARCRAFT 2 AMERICAN CHAMPIONSHIP FINALS TOURNAMENT HELD AT NEW YORK COMIC CON 2010.
Feng Wu—The Tech File Photo
Institute Professor Peter A. Diamond PhD ‘63 won the 2010 Nobel Prize for Economics yesterday, for his work on modeling the friction in markets. Diamond shares the prize with two co-winners, Dale T. Mortensen and
BRUCE CAMPBELL, LEGENDARY B-MOVIE ACTOR CURRENTLY PLAYING SAM AXE ON BURN NOTICE, GREETS FANS AND SIGNS AUTOGRAPHS AT NEW YORK COMIC CON 2010.
FOR MANY COSPLAYERS, IT’S THE LITTLE TOUCHES, LIKE AN INCOMING ACT OF SLIMING, THAT COMPLETE A SUCCESSFUL COSTUME.
Elizabeth D’Arienzo—The Tech
Edan Krolewicz ’12 enjoys a refreshing sip of water more than a mile into the race.
David Chen—The Tech
Neil T. Forrester ’12 steadies his boat during the 18th Annual Brass Rat Regatta on Saturday morning. Over 30 current and former members of MIT Sailing showed up for the race.
Elizabeth D’Arienzo—The Tech
Runners pass along Massachusetts Avenue on their way to the finish line. The 3.1-mile course looped around Amherst Alley, Vassar Street, and Massachusetts Avenue before ending in front of the Zesiger Center.
Elizabeth D’Arienzo—The Tech
The winners of the Beaver Dash, (left to right) Kaitlin R. Goldstein G (1st place, women), Donna M. Golach ‘12 (2nd place, women), Scott T. Landers (2nd place, men), and Antonio Tugores-Garcia G (1st place, men), pose with Tim the Beaver after their race.
Elizabeth D’Arienzo—The Tech
Jennifer DiMase ’01 bounds past the finish line during MIT Habitat for Humanity’s second annual Beaver Dash 5K race on Sunday. Proceeds from the more than 100 runners who participated will go towards sponsoring an MIT Habitat home in Boston.
Elizabeth D’Arienzo—The Tech
Tim the Beaver himself showed up to help support the cause. The race raised over $3,000 for a habitat home in Boston.
ELizabeth D’Arienzo—The Tech
Runners in the Beaver Dash begin their race at 9 a.m. on Sunday morning.
Sarang Kulkarni—The Tech
Forward Captain Marisa “Hot Sauce” Jasso ’13 (wearing red) scores a try for the Engineers in their match against Wentworth Institute of Technology in last Friday’s game. The Engineers, who won the national championship last year, crushed Wentworth 43-9.