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Isabella L. Pecorari ’18 battles a Smith College player for control of the ball during MIT’s 2-0 victory on Saturday afternoon. The Pioneers almost scored early in the game when a shot careened off the crossbar, but only the Engineers found the back of the net and with the win brought their record to 10-3-2.

infographic by lenny martinez and justine cheng
courtesy of THE weinstein company

Bill Murray and Jaeden Lieberher star in Melfi’s debut St. Vincent.

alexander c. bost—The Tech

Nicole C. Gagnier ’15 dives to save a point during a 3-2 victory over SUNY Oneonta on Friday evening. The game was the first of three in the MIT Quad Tournament, which the Engineers won for the third year in a row.

INFOGRAPHIC BY LENNY MARTINEZ and justine cheng
Daniel Mirny—The Tech

MIT Symphony Orchestra kicked off this year’s season Saturday night, playing Mozart’s Symphony No. 36 ‘Linz Symphony,’ followed by Sibelius’ Symphony No. 2.

Lenny Martinez—The Tech

A Bell 429 GlobalRanger takes off from Briggs Field as part of a networking event hosted by the company this past Friday.

Melissa Renée Schumacher—The Tech

Michael Anderson accepts his Darwin statue on Sunday night at BAHFest East, which was held at Kresge for the second year in a row. Six presenters defended their favorite Bad Ad hoc Hypotheses (BAH) explaining a certain phenomenon as being a result of evolutionary adaptation. Anderson was chosen by a combination of judges’ votes and audience applause. In addition to the doubtful looking Darwin, Anderson took home a $500 prize.

alexander c. bost—The Tech

Molly C. McNamara ’16 dribbles the ball down field during MIT’s game against Smith College on Saturday. Smith took a 1-0 lead into halftime, but staunch defending and two goals by Emily Penn ‘18 in the second half were enough for MIT to secure a 2-1 victory.

Vivian Hu—The Tech

A member of Clowns@MIT uses the move “Water Gun” as a Squirtle during Friday’s Pokemon Battle on Killian Court. The event was hosted as one of Clowns@MIT’s many events to help students relieve stress and have fun.