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Phil Bader

The wetland at REGUA (with Frankie Bader).

Illustration by Dohyun Lee
David S. Rolnick

Giant silkmoth (genus Automeris).

Illustration by Dohyun Lee
Rachel E. Aviles—The Tech

The Green Building was lit up last Friday with altering patterns of “GNU” and “30” in honor of the 30th anniversary of GNU, a free Unix-like operating system.

Melissa Renée Schumacher—The Tech

The Berklee P-Funk Ensemble performs at the Berklee BeanTown Jazz Festival held in Boston this past Saturday. Other performers included The Bell Afair, the Rick DiMuzio Quintet, and the Berklee Global Jazz Ambassadors.

Xiaoxue Liu

Racers sail downward to the finish during MIT Sailing’s Midweek Firefly Regatta held last Thursday. The regatta, hosted by MIT, welcomed eight colleges fielding a total of 19 boats.

Rachel E. Aviles—The Tech

Musicians perform on Friday night at FredFest, an annual concert in the East Campus courtyard that featured Sarah Borrello, Dressed for the Occasion, and Nemes.

Jessica L. Wass—The Tech

Craig B. Cheney ’14 winds up for a shot in the Men’s Water Polo game against Brown University last Saturday. MIT fell to Brown 15-9 but went on to beat Connecticut College later that afternoon 23-3 giving them a conference record of 1-1.

Tami Forrester—The Tech

Hackers dressed The Alchemist this week as Walter White, the protagonist in AMC’s crime drama Breaking Bad, which held its series finale this past Sunday. The show revolved around White’s struggles as a cancer-stricken high school chemistry teacher who turns to producing and selling methamphetamine in order to ensure his family’s financial future before he dies.