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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Photos by David M. Templeton


NEW YORK, N.Y.—Alice Tao ’08 (silhouetted) is seen peering toward Columbus Circle and Central Park in New York City from the second floor balcony inside the Time Warner Center. This photo is part of a series that showcases the summer adventures of Tech staff members.



Claire M. DeRosa ’11 heads the ball while teammate Andrea E. Bradshaw ’09 and Westfield State’s Jenn Leveille look on during the women’s soccer game at Steinbrenner Stadium Tuesday afternoon. The Engineers lost 0-3, breaking the Beavers’ six-match winning streak.



Thousands of fans line Boylston St. eagerly trying to see the 2007 World Champion Red Sox as they pass during Wednesday’s Rolling Rally. The rally began at Fenway Park and made its way to City Hall Plaza in Duck Boats, stopping occasionally to let star closer Jonathan Papelbon perform his now famous Irish dance.



The 2007 World Champion Red Sox head down Boylston St. during Wednesday’s Rolling Rally. The rally began at Fenway Park and made its way to City Hall Plaza in Duck Boats, stopping occasionally to let star closer Jonathan Papelbon perform his now famous Irish dance.



Sox Designated Hitter David Ortiz waves to fans during Wednesday’s Rolling Rally. The rally began at Fenway Park and made its way to City Hall Plaza in Duck Boats, stopping occasionally to let star closer Jonathan Papelbon perform his now famous Irish dance.



Red Sox Outfielders Jacoby Ellsbury (left) and Bobby Kielty greet fans at Wednesday’s Rolling Rally. The rally began at Fenway Park and made its way to City Hall Plaza in Duck Boats, stopping occasionally to let star closer Jonathan Papelbon perform his now famous Irish dance.



Red Sox Manager Terry Francona waves to the crowd during Wednesday’s Rolling Rally in Boston. The rally began at Fenway Park and made its way to City Hall Plaza in Duck Boats, stopping occasionally to let star closer Jonathan Papelbon perform his now famous Irish dance. See page 15 for more photos.



Hamidou Soumare ’08 dunks during the first period of the men’s basketball Nov. 29 victory over Endicott College. Soumare set a career high with 22 points, 16 rebounds, and five steals.



Kimberly E. Soo Hoo ’08 drives the offence during the first period of the women’s basketball’s Nov. 29 game against Emerson College. Soo Hoo had nine assists in the 54-43 loss.



MIT men’s tennis vs. Colby College, March 11.


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