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Mario Testino
Mario Testino’s 2007 photograph of Gisele Bündchen in New York is one of many striking images on view at the MFA.
Ian M. Gorodisher—The Tech
Mathew M. Peterson ’14 changes Obama’s electoral college vote total during The Forum’s election night party in the Coffeehouse Lounge on Tuesday evening.
Ian M. Gorodisher—The Tech
Snow fell for the first time this season on Wednesday night. Here, students build a snowman on Kresge Oval.
Ian M. Gorodisher—The Tech
Professional magician Mat Franco cuts a deck during a card trick performed Wednesday evening for a Baker Hall study break.
John A. Hawkinson—The Tech
Cambridge elections workers start to receive results on Tuesday evening at the Cambridge Senior Center, 780 Massachusetts Avenue. The City’s 33 precincts deliver their counts electronically, as well as the physical ballots. Voter turnout was higher than usual in Cambridge, with some voters waiting in line for over an hour.
John A. Hawkinson—The Tech
A crane lifted a piece of the skylight onto the Great Dome on Monday. The skylight is expected to be installed by January.
By Elijah Mena Staff Photographer On Wednesday night, the snow in the air was softly illuminated by the track lights. The snow provided a stark contrast to the dark, leafless tree adjacent to Steinbrenner Track. This photo was taken with the highest possible ISO without creating too much noise, and the shortest focal length of the lens. Aperture: ƒ/4.0 Exposure Time: 1/40 sec. Sensitivity: ISO 1000 35mm Equivalent Focal Length: 26 mm
Ho Yin Au
A Cambridge resident checks in at Kresge Auditorium to vote on Tuesday. In addition to the presidential and Massachusetts senate races, the ballot also contained questions regarding physician-assisted suicide and the legalization of medical marijuana. The assisted suicide question, aka Question 2, was narrowly defeated, while the medical marijuana question was overwhelmingly approved.