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Ekavali Mishra ’10 sprints past Gordon College during last Tuesday’s field hockey game. Unfortunately, the Engineers fell to the Fighting Scots 2-1.



Jacob M. Muhleman ’08 and Desiree D. Amadeo ’11 (obscured) lead the way in the George Warren Smith Trophy this past weekend on the Charles River. The Engineers finished ahead of 27 other competitors.



A Boston police officer stands ready to disperse rioters with a baton. The Boston Red Sox defeated the Colorado Rockies 4-3 on Sunday night, claiming their second World Series win in the past four seasons.



A shirtless daredevil jumps off an awning in Kenmore Square to crowd surf the happy throng below. The Boston Red Sox defeated the Colorado Rockies 4-3 on Sunday night, claiming their second World Series win in the past four seasons.



Jenny Liu ’09 shoots for the MIT pistol team at last Saturday’s pistol tournament against U.S. Coast Guard Academy.



Erin S. Koksal ’08 demonstrates Sabar, a Senegalese drum and dance tradition. Rambax MIT presented a “Takusaanu Dakar” in Lobdell on Saturday, Dec. 8. The night consisted of traditional Senegalese music and performances by Group Saloum. Rambax is co-directed by artist-in-residence Lamine Touré (who is also a member of Group Saloum) and Patricia Tang.



Rambax MIT members Nasruddin A. Nazerali G, Julie Laure K. Maison ’09, Ashley E. Thomas ’08, James A. Wilberger ’08, and Sriniwasan B. Mani ’10 (left to right) join in a vibrant group performance. The group presented “Takusaanu Dakar” in Lobdell on Saturday, Dec. 8. The night consisted of traditional Senegalese music and performances by Group Saloum. Rambax is co-directed by artist-in-residence Lamine Touré (who is also a member of Group Saloum) and Patricia Tang.



Co-director Lamine Touré performs with MIT Senegalese Drum Ensemble Rambax. Rambax MIT presented a “Takusaanu Dakar” in Lobdell on Saturday, Dec. 8. The night consisted of traditional Senegalese music and performances by Group Saloum. Rambax is co-directed by artist-in-residence Touré (who is also a member of Group Saloum) and Patricia Tang.



Moha Seck plays Sabar, a style of Senegalese dance and music. Rambax MIT presented a “Takusaanu Dakar” in Lobdell on Saturday, Dec. 8. The night consisted of traditional Senegalese music and performances by Group Saloum. Rambax is co-directed by artist-in-residence Lamine Touré (who is also a member of Group Saloum) and Patricia Tang.



Paa Seck leads a lively dance in Rambax MIT’s “Takusaanu Dakar” in Lobdell on Saturday, Dec. 8. The night consisted of traditional Senegalese music and performances by Group Saloum. Rambax is co-directed by artist-in-residence Lamine Touré (who is also a member of Group Saloum) and Patricia Tang.


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