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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.

HackMIT, spanning October 4-5, brought together over 1,000 students to work on both software and hardware projects over a 24-hour period. The main Hack Center was located in the Johnson Ice Rink.

Buzz Aldrin responds to a question as a part of a panel of Apollo astronauts during the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautic’s Centennial Symposium. The panel was held at Kresge Auditorium on Oct. 22.

NIH Director Dr. Francis S. Collins, as a part of the Compton Lectures series, gave a talk entitled “Exceptional Opportunities in Biomedical Research” on Tuesday in 10-250. Dr. Collins (right), introduced by MIT president Rafael Reif, answered audience questions after his lecture.

Andrew A. Busse ’15 spikes the ball to the other side. MIT Men’s Volleyball played Dominican University Tuesday night in a close game, losing 2-3.

Suffolk W!cked, a hip hop crew, dances at the Camp Kesem Dance-a-thon Saturday night. The aim of the event was to raise enough money to send campers to Camp Kesem for free.

Karen D. Hao ’15 sings with MIT Resonance during Saturday night’s concert.

Fiona J. Tanuwidjaja ’19 setting the ball on Saturday as the women’s volleyball team took on Regis College, beating them 3-0.

HackMIT, one of the largest college hackathons, draws undergraduate students from all over the country. This year, two of the top eight teams were disqualified after an investigation by HackMIT organizers.

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