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Meghan S. Wright ’13 makes a save against a Wellesley College attacker during Tuesday’s NEWMAC quarterfinals game.
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Gekko (Michael Douglas) tests his new protege Jake Moore (Shia LaBeouf) in this sequel to the 1987 film Wall Street.
Minh H. Phan
The women’s soccer team celebrates after defeating Wellesley College 3-1 during Tuesday’s NEWMAC quarterfinals game. The Engineers won 3-1 in a penalty shootout.
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Phillip L. Clay PhD ’75 is stepping down as Chancellor. Clay has been Chancellor for 10 years and will return to MIT as a faculty member after a one-year sabbatical.
Quentin Smith—The Tech
Hackers invaded the Hyatt hotel on west campus this week for part of the Linux Plumbers Conference, an annual gathering of Linux kernel and infrastructure developers. Linus Torvalds, the creator of the open-source Linux operating system, is in town for the conference, which has been held in Portland, Oregon for the past two years. This year, the conference is at the Hyatt the west end of campus after several MIT alumni on the planning committee pushed for the conference to be held in Cambridge.
Quentin Smith—The Tech
Linus Torvalds, the creator of the open source Linux operating system, dives into the shark tank at the New England Aquarium on Wednesday night. Torvalds was given a choice between giving a keynote presentation at the Linux Plumbers conference and being fed to the sharks, and he chose to jump in. (See page 13.)
Logan P. WIlliams—The Tech
Voters leave Kresge Auditorium on Tuesday evening after casting their votes in the midterm elections. Kresge was a Cambridge polling place for Precincts 2 and 3 in Ward 2.