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Photos by William Yee

Women’s soccer, Sept. 13.

Women’s Volleyball, Sept. 20.

Julius Caesar (center: Steve Barkhimer) debates going to the Senate with Calpurnia (left: Hanna S. Kuznetsov ’09) and Decius Brutus (right: David A. Brescia ’10), after receiving ominous news from Calpurnia.

The conspirators (left to right: David A. Brescia ’10, Skylar W. Desa ’10, Yoni Gray ’10, Prannay Budhraja ’10, Mia A. Shandell ’10, Bryan C. Hernandez ’09, and Travis S. Newsad ’10) contemplate their actions.

Titinius (left: Prannay Budhraja ’10), Octavius (center left: Max Goldman G), Cassius (center right: Bryan C. Hernandez ’09), and Brutus (right: Travis S. Newsad ’10) prepare for battle.

Julius Caesar (front right: Steve Barkhimer) and Mark Antony (front left: Sean P. Faulk
’11) discuss Cassius’ character. Titinius (back left: Prannay Budhraja ’10), Trebonius
(back center: Skylar W. Desa ’10), Portia (back left: Grace M. Kane ’11), and Calpurnia (far
left: Hanna S. Kuznetsov ’09) wait patiently for Caesar.

Mark Antony (Sean P. Faulk ’11) mourns the loss of a friend.

The Senate (from left to right: Travis S. Newsad ’10, Bryan C. Hernandez ’09, Prannay
Budhraja ’10) kneels to Caesar (Steve Barkhimer).

Jacob T. Shapiro 11 performs on the pommel horse in the men’s gymnastics team’s meet against Vermont University and Springfield College on Saturday in the duPont Athletics Center.

MIT varsity basketball coach Larry Anderson, communicates with players during a timeout in the game against Coast Guard Academy on Saturday in Rockwell Cage. The Engineers lost 63-67 in overtime.

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