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Capriccio, an MIT flamenco and Latin music group, performs in front of the Johnson Athletics Center on Friday.



Alona Birjiniuk ’09 takes possession of the ball during the match against Daniel Webster College on Friday, Sept. 19 at the Jack Barry Field. The Engineers won by 9-0 as they claimed their second consecutive victory this season.



Barden E. Cleeland ’10 sets up the ball for Catherine Melnikow ’10 during the Engineer’s game versus Connecticut College on Sept. 27. MIT lost 3-2.



An outdoor barbecue was seen at Oktoberfest in Harvard Square on Sunday afternoon.



Cecilia R. Louis ’10 and Thomas M. Ciesielski ’11 of the Chorallaries sing “American Boy” by Estelle Feat and Kanye West during the MIT/Wellesley Toons Fall Concert on Dec. 6 in 10-250.



John C. McGonagle ’09 rick-rolls the audience during a skit at the MIT/Wellesley Toons Fall Concert last Saturday in 10-250.



Devon D. Sparks ’12 discusses geodesic constructions at a TEP event on Sept. 2 during rush.



Christopher S. Chin ’12 makes liquid nitrogen ice cream along with the brothers of TEP on Sept. 2 during rush.



Qiaochu Yuan ’12 and Christopher S. Brathwaite ’12 build a model of buckminsterfullerene from gumdrops and skewers at TEP on Sept. 2 during rush.



Comedian Russell Peters gestures during his headlining act of MIT’s Fall Festival on Friday evening in the Kresge Auditorium. Peters’ show, which is known for his jokes about racial stereotypes, was very popular, selling out quickly and attracting an audience from both MIT and the outside community.


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