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Photos by David M. Templeton


Dean of Student Life Costantino “Chris” Colombo (left) and Dean of Undergraduate Education Daniel E. Hastings ’78 judge baked dishes at Burton-Conner House’s annual Apple Bake contest in the Porter Room on Sunday afternoon. A total of $500 was given out to the winners in five different apple dish categories.



Carrie C. Buchanan ’08 bumps the volleyball during the second game of the Engineers’ sweep of Smith College Tuesday evening in Rockwell Cage.



Belfor Property Restoration trucks are seen in front of the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity midday on Saturday, July 26. Summer residents of ATO had to be relocated after a water pipe burst, causing water damage to the interior structure of the building.



Elephants from the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus walk down Massachusetts Ave. past Building 1 on Monday evening. The elephants, along with other circus animals, were being transported from train cars behind Simmons Hall to the TD Banknorth Garden.



THIS IS JEOPARDY! — Vibin A. Kundukulam ’11 (bottom-right) watches himself on Jeopardy! while dozens of other students cheer him on in the packed Burton 5 floor lounge in Burton-Conner House on Thursday evening. Kundukulam ended the show in second place, taking home the standard prize of $2000.



Clare Bayley ’10 stands along the pedestrian sidewalk on the north end of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, CA on Sunday, March 23.



Downtown San Francisco is seen across the San Francisco Bay from the northeast summit of the Twin Peaks Natural Area on Sunday, March 23 in this digitally-stitched panorama comprised of 21 photographs.



(right to left) Chancellor Phillip L. Clay PhD ‘75 speaks to the Undergraduate Association Senate as UA President Noah S. Jessop ’09 and UA Vice President Michael A. Bennie ’10 look on Monday evening in W20-400.



Rebecca Roebber from the Kallari Association is seen lecturing on the production of fine chocolate at a chocolate tasting in 32-123 on Monday evening. The lecture and tasting was hosted by the Laboratory for Chocolate Science and the Western Hemisphere Project.



Senator Ted Kennedy spoke at a rally celebrating Deval Patrick’s win as Massachusetts governor on election night, Nov. 7, 2006. Kennedy passed away Tuesday after battling cancer.


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