Photos by William Yee
Daniel E. Bickerstaff ’10, as Charles, warns that chaos will ensue if Miss Faith yanks out all of Aretha‘s teeth.
Anthony D. Teixeira ’08 comes off the blocks in the 200-meter dash last Saturday at the Engineer’s Cup, held at Steinbrenner Stadium. Teixeira finished second overall in the sprint, and also placed first in both the long and triple jumps. MIT finished first among three teams at the meet.
Ben Huan ’11 receives a plate of “Gua Bun,” a traditional Taiwanese snack from Association of Taiwanese Students’ member Anne P. Liu ’08 during the ATS’s annual cultural fair “Strait to Taiwan” in the Stata Center on Monday, April 28.
(left to right) Shawn Gelzleichter, Christian Hegg, Benjamin C. Williams ’11, Matthew N. Stern ’08, and Misha Leybovich G of the “Hot Metal” stripping squad proposition the audience in the Full Monty, a performance by the Musical Theater Guild playing May 1-3 in the Little Kresge Theater.
Drummer Heath Hamilton of the 2008 Spring Weekend Concert’s opening band Absentstar rocks out in the Johnson Athletic Center on the evening of April 25, 2008.
Kathryn A. Pesce ’10 leaps up for the ball in between two Salem State players during a corner kick on Saturday, Sept. 13. The Engineers lost 0-1 due to an own goal in the 64th minute.
DeRon M. Brown ’10 rushes out from the defensive line in the Engineer’s game against Massachusetts Maritime on Saturday, Sept. 13 at the Henry Steinbrenner Stadium. MIT overpowered Mass. Maritime 42-14 and led to their first 2-0 season start since 2004. Brown rushed for a career-best 251 yards and two touchdowns during the game.
Nirupama Yechoor ’11 aims for a pass past Smith College defenders on Saturday, Oct 18. A late goal pushed Smith College to a 2-1 victory during double overtime.
Christian W. Therkelsen ’11 takes control of the soccer ball from the U.S. Coast Guard Academy. MIT triumphed 2-1 for their first victory over the Academy since 2004.
Alexandra T. May ’10 reaches for a block against Western New England College on Saturday, Oct. 18. MIT claimed first place in the Quad Tournament with victories over Western New England and Saint Mary’s Colleges.<< First 1
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