Photos by ALEXANDER C. BOST
Joanna K. Chen ‘15 receives some bike repair tips from Armando Quiros of Bike Boom in Davis Square during Bike Fest this past Sunday. The event, sponsored by MIT PN2K and GSC Sustainability, was an opportunity for members of the MIT community to get a quick bike tune up, advice on maintenance, and information about bike safety in Cambridge and Boston.
Emily C. Lydon ’15 battles a Lesley University player during a 2-1 loss on Friday. MIT struck quickly with a goal from Kathleen H. Chen ‘17 57 seconds into the game, but a man advantage following a red card on Chen proved to be just enough to give Lesley the edge over the Engineers.
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.
Kumail Nanjiani of HBO’s Silicon Valley draws laughs from the crowd during the UA Fall Festival on Saturday night. Nanjiani was joined by co-star Thomas Middleditch and local comedian Jamie Loftus for a two hour comedy set followed by a meet-and-greet.
Gregory F. Hui ’18 moves the ball past a defender during MIT’s 1-0 loss against Brandeis University on Tuesday night. The Engineers kept the game close, but a goal early in the second half was enough of an edge for an undefeated Brandeis as they improved to 11-0 and MIT fell to 4-3-4.
The MIT Festival Jazz Ensemble performs in the Coffeehouse Lounge on Thursday night.
Morgan K. Moroi ’16 shoots what would be the second goal of a 3-0 shutout of Wellesley College on Tuesday afternoon. All three goals were scored in the second half by three different players to help bring MIT’s winning streak to five games.
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.
Fernando A. Yordan ’17 spars against a competitor during the 2014 MIT Taekwondo Tournament on Sunday, Oct.19. The tournament, featuring 424 competitors from 24 schools, saw MIT earn second place in ECTC Division I.
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Kristina L. Presing ’15 doubles over in laughter as members of Roadkill Buffet ask her about her day during Do Not Enter: Alarm Will Sound in 6-120 on Friday night.
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