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Connor Kirschbaum—The Tech
A cosplayer dressed as Betty Crocker aka Her Imperious Condescension from Homestuck poses for the camera.
Connor Kirschbaum—The Tech
A con-goer cosplays as Nightmare from Soul Calibur.
Jessica J. Pourian—The Tech
A number of figurines were for sale in the dealer room at Anime Boston.
Connor Kirschbaum—The Tech
Rows upon rows of manga were for sale at Anime Boston in the dealer room.
Connor Kirschbaum—The Tech
An attendee cosplays as Guilmon, from the TV series Digimon.
Ian M. Gorodisher—The Tech
Jonté D. Craighead ’13, and Michael P. Walsh ’13, Narendra “Naren” P. Tallapragada ’13 and Andrew C. Yang ’13, and Brendan T. Deveney ’13 and Mary A. Breton ’14 face off in the UA presidential debate sponsored by The Tech Sunday. Voting begins this Wednesday morning and ends Friday at midnight.
fabiola michel—The Tech
A display of colorful fruits and vegetables in Haymarket. The variety and good prices make Haymarket a great place to get supplies to fill fridges with nutritious items.
Connor Kirschbaum—The Tech
Rage faces made an appearance at Anime Boston.
Tiffany Huang—The Tech
Andrew Z. Sommer ’13 and Stephanie Tong ’12 of the MIT sailing team face off against Roger Williams University in the first round of Saturday’s team racing double round-robin tournament. MIT placed 4th overall in the 30th Lynne Marchiando Trophy.
Roberto perez-Franco—The Tech
Christopher A. Maynor—The Tech
Alfred N. Mireault ’15 of Kappa Sigma does a handstand on a less-than-stable platform Friday night during Alpha Phi’s King of Hearts in Kresge Auditorium. All proceeds from the event, a male beauty pageant featuring members from numerous MIT fraternities, went to the Alphi Phi Foundation to support research for women’s heart health.
Tiffany Huang—The Tech
This was taken at Legal Seafood at sunset. I nearly missed the reflection the first time around. The lack of warm colors in the sky provides a nice contrast to the incandescent lighting of the fish. At first, I thought the wind would ruin the long exposure picture, but instead the shaking of the trees just made the photo more surreal.