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Photos by Jeff Guo

Jacky Lau ’11 talks with Emma M. Rosen ’11 during the 2011 study break “Cannolis” on Monday, Sept. 8.

Reena L. Joubert ‘13 awaits the arrival of President Obama in front of 77 Mass. Ave. on Oct. 23. Hundreds lined Mass. Ave. hoping to catch a glimpse of the President, only for his motorcade to pass along Memorial Dr. The Presidential visit focused on advancing his national energy agenda.

Students circumvent puddles as they cross Mass. Ave. It has already snowed 10.4 inches this month.

Jacob T. Shapiro ’11 stretches during gymnastics club practice. Seven of the eight teams stripped of varsity status in 2009 were reinstated as club sports.

Demonstrators stirred up heated arguments with bystanders on Oct. 23 as they awaited the arrival of President Obama to the MIT campus. This demonstrator had another hand-lettered sign that read “Arrest obama for war crimes.”

A supporter of Lyndon LaRouche holds up a painting of the 2008 presidential candidates as she awaited the arrival of Obama to the MIT campus on Friday. “Why is Obama blue?” a bystander asked. “You go in there and ask him!” she laughed, pointing toward Kresge.

On Oct. 23, students who could not get into Kresge gathered in the Stratton Lounge to watch Obama’s speech on their computers.

An excited MIT student awaits the arrival of President Obama in front of 77 Mass. Ave on Friday.

Notices on PBE’s door inform freshmen that there will be no more rush events.

Alexandra Jiang ’11 and Andrew K. Sugaya ’11 discuss pistol affairs.

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