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Mariah Messina of Worcester State College attempts to score a goal as Casandra N. Ceri ’13 (center) and Kerry Ann R. Box ’12 (right) from MIT defend on Sept. 9. The engineers won the game with a final score of 3-1.

Muhammad Saif Farooqui from the Analysis Group engaged in an animated conversation with Diego Barido ’10 at the 2009 MIT Career Fair yesterday.

Cambridge City Council candidate Leland Cheung G (left) poses for The Tech on the Lobby 7 steps.

On Wednesday, Paulina A. Sliwa G, a mezzo soprano, performed her Emerson Scholar recital along with Lindy L. Blackburn G (piano) and Zi Y Ji ’10 (viola). They played pieces by Brahms, Chopin, Purcell, and Handel.

Keith T. Loebner ‘11 painted his face MIT red to support the volleyball team. MIT fans lampooned Harvard throughout the game with lines such as “Grade Inflation! Grade Inflation!”

David R. Thomas ‘12 lines up for devastating spike in the third set against Harvard on Wednesday night. The Engineers swept the match 3-0. The team is on a five-game winning streak.

Leland Cheung, MIT student and member of the Cambridge City Council.

Dean Jed W. Wartman of the Student Activities Office will be leaving MIT at the end of the month. He is headed to Colby College in Maine, where he will be Associate Dean of Student Affairs and Director of Campus Life.

Lauren Quisenberry ’14 unleashes an explosive serve with heavy topspin. Still a freshman, Quisenberry led the victory 5-2 in first singles.

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