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Alexander C. Bost—The Tech

Rob DiSanto ‘18 and Ryan J. Karnish ‘17 break up a pass near the end zone during their 48–26 win over Salve Regina on Saturday. MIT improved to 3–0 on the season with the win.

Ilana Habib

MIT Chancellor Cynthia Barnhart shows her support of AXO’s Domestic Violence Awareness Week.

Shadia Fayne Wood

Geoffrey Supran (left), Harvard climate science PhD candidate Ploy Achakulwisut (middle), and other volunteer security marshals clear the way at the front of the People’s Climate March in New York City.

Stu Rosner

The Boston Symphony Orchestra kicked off their 2014 Season on Sept. 20.

Melissa Renée Schumacher—The Tech

Skipper Laura Dunphy and crew Kayla Ngan approach a turn marked by a buoy during one of the races in the President’s Trophy regatta on Sunday. MIT went on to finish second in that race and in the regatta. The regatta was held on Saturday and Sunday. Due to low winds, only five races took place on Sunday.

Bruno B. F. Faviero—The Tech

Tim the Beaver having fun with students at the MIT Carnival organize by McCormick, Baker, and Maseeh on Saturday.

Alexander C. Bost—The Tech

John L. Kramer ’15 slides to beat a Babson player to the ball during their game on Saturday. MIT was narrowly defeated 3–2 in overtime.

Chaarushena Deb

Goalie Noal Kruse throws the ball across the pool in the men’s water polo game against Fordham University on Saturday, September 27. MIT narrowly lost 7–6.

Daniel J. Mirny

Will Reid ’16 leans the boat back into balance during a turn before placing fourth in Thursday’s Midweek Invitational Regatta, hosted by MIT Sailing.

Tristan C. Honscheid

Students view a hack on the facade of building 7 Friday morning in remembrance of Phoebe Wang.

Tami Forrester—The Tech

Dancers practice Raas holding sticks called dandiyas. MIT South Asian Association of Students hosted an annual Garba Raas dance event called Milan at Walker Memorial this past Friday, where attendees practice Raas and Garba, traditional dance styles from the Indian state of Gujarat.