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


Dean for Student Life Larry G. Benedict speaks with students protesting outside of Walker Memorial on Monday. The students were protesting the reaction of the MIT administration to the arrest of Star A. Simpson ’10 on Friday.



Outside hitter Rose Zhong ’08 digs the ball during the second game of MIT’s 3-0 semifinal win against the U.S. Coast Guard Academy on Friday afternoon in Rockwell Cage. MIT lost the championship match the next day against Wellesley, 3-1.



Outside/middle hitter Jennifer Li ’11 slams a spike during MIT’s 3-0 semifinal win against the U.S. Coast Guard Academy on Friday afternoon in Rockwell Cage.



MIT defensive back Steven M. Nunez ’09 tackles Framington State College’s freshman running back Shawn Miller during the second quarter of the Engineer’s 10-17 home opener loss on Saturday at Steinbrenner Stadium. The football team’s next home game will be Saturday, Sept. 29.



Cardboard regatta, Head of the Zesiger, winners Rebecca K. Oman ’08, Chensi Ouyang ’08, and Ellann Cohen ’08 cross the finish line after their first run on Friday, Oct. 19. Their boat, Ship Happens, was the only vessel to survive at the end of the day.



Gavin M. Cotter ’09, Stephen P. Fournier ’09, and Alan D. Foreman ’09 (left to right) enter their boat, The Black Pearl, at the start of the final race at the Head of the Zesiger Cardboard Boat Regatta on Friday, Oct. 19. Shortly after entering the Pearl, as the race was starting, the boat started taking on water and sunk.



A limb from the Class of 1950 Willow Tree in front of Baker House injured Wei-Hsuan “Jessie” Ho ’08 on Saturday. Since then, the tree has been removed.



New England College’s junior forward Emily Tanguay tries to put the puck in the back of the net while MIT’s forward Lauren A. Kazmierski ’11 (right) and goalie Rachel A. Bowens-Rubin ’11 (left) defend. The women’s ice hockey team lost 10-1 on Friday evening in Johnson Ice Arena.



Laurie Ward, after eight years of working with student groups as financial administrator in the Student Activities Office, has moved to her new role of financial administrator at the Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology.



James L. Sherley tacks up sheets of stickers on the first floor of the Student Center proclaiming “Say No To June 30,” which refers to his last official date of employment at MIT after being denied tenure.


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