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Tara Lee—The Tech

Pork and Leek Dumplings from Dumpling House

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Roasted Sweet Potato Sandwich from Cafe Luna

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Chiang Mai Noodle (left) and Mi Hoanh Thanh (right) from Beantown Pho and Grill

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Sliced Fish Szechuan Style from Dumpling House

Nina M. Lutz—The Tech
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Colorado Lamb Leg from Cafe Artscience

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French toast from Sonsie

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Farfalle Florentine from Trattoria Newbury

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Liege Waffle with whipped cream from Zinneken’s

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The Hot Mess from Area Four

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Atlantic Eggs Benedict from Brookline Lunch

Vivian Hu—The Tech

Yellow flags with names of those lost to suicide wave on Kresge Lawn. The display of 1,100 flags, representing college students lost each year to suicide in the United States, was set up by Active Minds on Sept. 10 and will remain for the week to kick off Suicide Prevention Month.

Jessica L. Wass—The Tech

Tuesday afternoon, Building 6 was evacuated due to an ammonia leak on the fourth floor. Both MIT and Cambridge officials responded.

Nur Muhammad Shafiullah

The intersection of Main Street and Portland Street, where a shooting took place on Sunday afternoon near the edge of campus.

Robert Rusch—The Tech

On Sunday, Sept. 13, students from the Spinning Arts Club performed with fire, staves, swords, and more at the Stata amphitheater.

Jessie Wang

Theo Jansen displays his ‘Strandbeests’ at the Sept. 10 demonstration outside the MIT Media Lab. These creations are purely mechanical, wind-powered creatures that walk autonomously on PVC feet.

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A girl finishes playing a virtual reality game that uses a stationary bike, a fan, and an Oculus Rift to simulate a motorcycle ride at the Boston Festival of Indie Games on Saturday, Sept. 12.

Yuancheng Yu

The main entrance of Senior House on Amherst Street.