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Source: U.S. Department of Justice; docket paper 81, Exhibit 13
Aaron Swartz enters 16-004T on Jan. 4, 2011, face exposed.
Source: U.S. Department of Justice; docket paper 81, Exhibit 14
Swartz enters 16-004T on Jan. 6, 2011, hiding behind helmet.
Subramanian Sundaram
Members of the MIT Ohms, MIT’s South Asian a capella group, perform at their fall concert Ohmcoming in 10-250 on Saturday.
Emily Kellison-Linn—The Tech
MIT Bhangra performs in the Student Center Friday night at Ring the Alarm, an annual dance competition held by Mocha Moves with competing teams coming from colleges all over the Boston area. MIT Bhangra ended up winning the competition.
Charles Young
A shark glides over the unspoiled reefs of Jarvis Island, an uninhabited island in the South Pacific administered by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service.
Emily Kellison-Linn—The Tech
Students wind down after a long day of classes and swing lights in front of Kresge Auditorium on Saturday evening.
Emily Kellison-Linn—The Tech
Robin Shin ‘13 gathers her focus just before the start of a sabre bout against UMass Amherst at the Northeast Fencing Conference competition held at MIT on Saturday. The MIT women’s fencing team went undefeated in the competition, topping UMass Amherst, Wellesley College, University of New Hampshire, Brandeis University, Sacred Heart University, and Boston University. Shin won every one of her 18 bouts, and the sabre team finished with a record of 47-7.
Tami Forrester—The Tech
Students register for Relay for Life on Friday evening at the Relay for Relay fundraiser event on Kresge Oval. Relay for Life, a fundraising event hosted by the American Cancer Society, will be held on March 9 next year at the Johnson Athletic Center indoor track.
Emily Kellison-linn—The Tech
Splash participants clap along to the rhythm of a song in a class led by members of the Chorallaries.
Emily Kellison-Linn—The Tech
Several students crowd around a laptop to watch a movie while waiting for their first class to start.
Christopher A. Maynor—The Tech
Participants were all smiles in Lobby 10 Friday morning at Amphibious Achievement’s second annual Erg-A-Thon, a fund-raising event which involved teams of volunteers competing to row the longest distance on indoor rowing machines. Amphibious Achievement, an organization that offers a dual athletic and mentorship program for youth in the Boston-Cambridge area, raised a total of $7,495 this year.
Jessica L. Wass—The Tech
Mia N. Stevens ’14 competes on 3-meter springboard for MIT this Saturday against Bowdoin and Babson Colleges. Stevens won both the 1-meter and 3-meter and the Engineers ultimately beat Bowdoin 224-87 and Babson 248-59.
Emily Kellison-Linn—The Tech
Class subjects included learning how to make chainmail, among other things.
Emily kellison-Linn—The Tech
Evan Ehrenberg G, Katherine Karwoski ‘14, and Christine Labaza ‘14 lead a lightsaber dueling and stage combat class.
Emily Kellison-Linn—The Tech
Crowds of participants navigated their way through the Infinite Corridor on Saturday.