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Kirsten Dunst plays a woman facing the end of the world in Melancholia.
Courtesy of Magnolia Pictures; photo by Christian Geisnaes.
courtesy of md. huzzatul mursalin
Mursalin’s “Global Gossiping” is on view at the Wiesner Art Gallery until Nov. 30.
Joseph Maurer—The Tech
Stephanie Lin ’12 won a Rhodes scholarship to study medical anthropology at Oxford University next year. She is majoring in biology.
Illustrations by Amanda Aparicio
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William Tashman ’13 takes a layup during the Men’s Basketball game against RPI on Nov. 17. The Engineers defeated RPI 104-75.
Melissa Renee Shumacher—The Tech
Michelle Fung ’13 shows students how to fold a pentagonal rose during OrigaMIT’s first origami conference on Saturday.
Feng Wu—The Tech
Team Instinct faces off against Team Believe the Hype in the finals of the Halo: Reach event at the Major League Gaming (MLG) competition in Providence, RI over the weekend. Instincts went on to become the MLG 2011 national champions, taking away a prize purse of $100,000.
Kailiang Chen—The Tech
Qimin Quan wins first place in the “Pitch to China” business plan competition for his biosensor technology for medical diagnostics, “Nano Health,” on Sunday. The competition was part of the MIT-China Innovation and Entrepreneurship Forum, a two-day event designed to encourage collaboration between China and the United States in technology and entrepreneurship.
Patrick Barragan
Trimble won last year’s NEWMAC Academic All-Conference award.