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Elisabeth L. Rosen
MIT’s offense lines up during its winning game against Salve Regina University on Oct. 19. The last home game of the season was a stunning upset over the previously undefeated team.
Manohar Srikanth—The Tech
Workers take down portions of the covering over the scaffolding on the Great Dome Monday morning in preparation for Hurricane Sandy’s high winds.
David Silverman
Bradford L. Goldsberry ’15 runs the ball down the field in MIT’s game against Plymouth State University on Oct. 6.
DAvid Silverman
Jake N. Laux ’14 and Jose I. Smith ’15 tackle a player in the first game of the season against Becker College on Sept. 8.
Gregory Kuperman
Nathan H. Varady ’16 muscles his way through Plymouth State University defenders after receiving the ball during the game on on Oct. 6.
Gregory Kuperman
The Engineers’ offensive line prepares to snap the ball during its game against Plymouth State University.
Christopher A. Maynor—The Tech
MIT Facilities workers board up a glass panel at the front entrance to Simmons that was blown out by high wind gusts on Monday night.
Christopher A. Maynor—The Tech
A runner braves the cold rain and howling winds on the Harvard Bridge brought about by the hurricane Monday afternoon.
David Silverman
Ethan E. Peterson ’13, senior captain of the MIT football team, is this week’s Athlete of the Week. Peterson was recently named as one of 15 recipients of the National Football Foundation Nation Scholar-Athlete Award.
Mohammed Ehasanul Hoque
Hurricane Sandy’s dark clouds loom over Boston on Monday afternoon. Winds were consistently gusting over 45 mph on Monday, and all MBTA services were suspended after 2:00 p.m.
Jaswanth Madhavan—The Tech
Children of different ages wearing Halloween costumes meet Tim the Beaver at HallowMIT on Saturday, the 27th of October at Z Center. The annual event is hosted by MIT Recreation and the Association for Student Activities, and is primarily a fun event for children.
Emily Kellison-linn—The Tech
Lucentio (Victor E. Cary ’14), disguised as language tutor Cambio, attempts to woo Bianca (Keenan A. Sunderwirth ’14) while Hortensio (Nicholas J. Benson ’16) looks on jealously in the MIT Shakespeare Ensemble’s performance of The Taming of the Shrew. The MIT Shakespeare Ensemble, composed of MIT students and community members who work together long-term to produce Shakespeare shows, performed Shakespeare’s famous comedy on Friday and Saturday night in La Sala de Puerto Rico.
Brittney E. Johnson
Dylan J. Hallman ’15 faces a slew of defenders as he prepares to launch the ball in Saturday’s water polo game against Connecticut College, contributing to a 13-9 win for MIT. Seniors Kevin D. Hsiue and Brendan T. Deveney were presented with signed photos in a ceremony before the game, celebrating the last home game of their careers.