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Sarang Kulkarni—The Tech
Police talk to passers-by after the stabbing of an Anna’s Taqueria employee. A witness heard the victim say through an interpreter that the suspect was the victim’s cousin.
sarang kulkarni—The Tech
Emma S. Gargus ’14 spikes the ball in the women’s volleyball game against Wheaton College on Tuesday. The Engineers won the first three sets to win the match and improve their record to 17-10 overall.
Sarang Kulkarni—The Tech
An ambulance responds to the stabbing of an Anna’s employee by another Anna’s employee on Wednesday afternoon.
Christine Southworth
“A House in Bali” was composed by MIT professor Evan Ziporyn and directed by MIT professor Jay R. Scheib.
Sarang Kulkarni—The Tech
Police respond to the non-fatal stabbing of an Anna’s Taqueria employee in front of the Stratton Student Center on Wednesday afternoon. Anyone with information is requested to contact the Cambridge Police at 617-349-3300 or the MIT Police at 617-253-1212.
Courtesy of the Whitehead Institute
Professor Susan Lindquist of the Whitehead Institute was awarded the National Medal of Science by President Obama on Friday. Lindquist is one of six MIT faculty members to have received this honor.
Turner K. Bohlen
Lionel F. Sotomayor ’12 and Rebecca L. Gould ’11 of the MIT rifle team shoot during the air rifle competition against Wentworth Institute of Technology on Oct. 2. Though the Engineers lost the air rifle portion of the match, they came away with a split after winning the smallbore competition.
Meng Heng Touch—The Tech
Chelsi E. Green ’13 of the MIT Chorallaries performs a solo in “Need You Bad”, originally sung by Jazmine Sullivan, in Kresge on Saturday. The Chorallaries and other acapella groups participated in the Greater Boston Invitational Songfest as part of Family Weekend.