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Thousands gather at the Red Sox rally held in Government Center on Oct. 1, 2007 in celebration of the Red Sox winning their first American League East pennant in 13 years. Lead band The Dropkick Murphys played a number of favorites, including “I’m Shipping Up to Boston.”



David L. Reens ’11, Brandon T. Lew ’11, and Allen S. Yin ’11 of team 10 retract their robot’s wall after a match during the 6.270 final competition on Jan. 31. Many teams employed defensive strategies such as this, yet walls often led to scoreless matches that resulted in losses for both teams. 6.270 is an IAP class for MIT students where participants design and build a robot using LEGOs.



MIT’s top-ranked squash player Andrew Yoon ’10 returns a deep shot against Brown University’s Adam Greenberg on Tuesday evening. Yoon lost his match 3-1 as Brown went on to defeat the Engineers 9-0.



Boston University Academy high school student Craig Broady (left) speaks with Kenneth F. Colucci, head of Strategic Relations at the MIT Lincoln Laboratory, on Tuesday at BUA. Students built robots as part of the For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology (FIRST) Robotics Competition, which will be held Mar. 27-29 at Boston University.



Ritchie D. Nicholson ’11 holds his team’s project during the 16.00 (Introduction to Aerospace and Design) class flyoff for lighter-than-air vehicles at Johnson Athletics Center on Friday, May 13.



Aqil Sajjad of Harvard, Samad Khurram of Harvard, Ali S. Wyne ’08 (also Tech opinion staffer), and Saad Zaheer ’09 (left to right) joined in 4-270 for a moderated discussion regarding the current political crisis in Pakistan and who should be held accountable. Each member of the panel discussed their thoughts on the situation for 10-15 minutes.



Co-captain Balaji V. Sridhar ’09 reaches for a shot in the squash team’s final match of the year against Boston College. MIT participated in the College Squash Association Team Nationals this weekend, beating Kenyon College 7-2, losing to the University of California, Berkeley 3-6, and ending with an 8-1 victory over Boston College.



Austin Anderson ’12 prepares a backhand drive in Sunday’s squash tournament against Vanderbilt University at the Zesiger Center. MIT won the match, with Victories by Andrew Yoon ’10, Saad Zaheer ’09, John R. Kucharczyk ’11, and Robert A. Habib ’11.



Samir Zaidi ’09 stretches for a shot in MIT’s game against Tufts University on Dec. 6. Tufts won the match 6-3. MIT wins went to John Kucharczyk ’11, Robert Habib ’11, and Ned Carpenter CME ’10.



Andrew Yoon ’10 prepares for a backhand drive during the squash match against Bard College on Friday, Nov. 14. MIT went 4-0 in their opening set of matches and defeated Bryant University, Bard College, Boston College, and University of Vermont.


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