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Julia C. Hsu ’14 reaches for a volley in doubles tennis. She and Candace Wu ’13 won the match with a score of 8-2, contributing to an overall 9-0 win for the women’s tennis team last Saturday.
By Nora Vrublevska Alexander Calder’s La Grande Voile (Big Sail) outside the Green Building is one of the modern sculptures seen on campus. The long exposure captures the fine texture of steel and bolts together with star and plane trails in the night sky. Aperture: ƒ/11 Exposure Time: 16 min. Film: Fuji Neopan Acros 100 Effective Focal Length: 38 mm (60mm on medium format)
Christopher A. Maynor—The Tech
The Zesiger Sports and Fitness Center closed due to an unexpected power outage late Monday afternoon. Students waited to re-enter and athletes warmed up outside the building.
Akimitsu Hogge—The Tech
A performer wearing a Trinidad and Tobago-style costume danced during the Cambridge Carnival last Sunday on Main Street near the Kendall T station.
Bruno B. F. Faviero—The Tech
Fifteen teams from the MIT Founders’ Skills Accelerator and MIT Beehive Cooperative presented their entrepreneurial work last Saturday afternoon at Walker Memorial. The teams represented startups in the fields of energy, health care, and software, among others.
Guadalupe Fabre
The offensive line prepares for the football to be snapped during the team’s season-opening game against Becker College. The team won 28-21.
Elijah mena —The Tech
Benjamin R. Bond ‘13 juggles last Friday evening on Killian Court. The MIT Juggling Club holds regular meetings for people to drop in and juggle.