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Senior co-captain Michael G. Zomnir ’11 retrieves a ball from the corner during Saturday’s squash match. The Engineers defeated Boston College 7-2.

Peter Thiel, co-founder of PayPal, speaks at the MIT Enterprise Forum of Cambridge this past Tuesday. He announced the program “Twenty under Twenty” which would fund twenty people under twenty years old for two years, allowing them to pursue entrepreneurial goals.

Lauren E. Clark ’14 walks the runway on Friday in Kappa Alpha Theta’s KATWalk fashion show. Proceeds from ticket sales help raise money for “Court Appointed Special Advocates,” which trains community volunteers to speak on behalf of abused and neglected children in court.

Barnum and Bailey elephants on Mass. Ave., Oct. 12.

Shakespeare Ensemble’s rendition of King Lear, Oct. 23.

Dark hallways like this one shed new light on the phrase “light at the end of the tunnel.” This particular hallway located in the basement of Building 10 is noteworthy for this effect because of the relatively low height of its ceiling, small effective width from the presence of storage cages, and bright lights at its far end.
The Infinite Corridor is occasionally closed for floor waxing at night; a way to get across campus at such times without leaving the warmth of MIT’s indoors is to go down one floor and use the basement.

Dhaval D. Adjodah ’11’s photography is on display in the Jerome B. Wiesner Gallery in the Student Center. Adjodah’s work focuses on scenes from India and will be up until Feb. 28.

Sharon S. Hao ’14 sets the ball as Emma S. Gargus ’14 prepares to spike in the game against Springfield College on Tuesday. Despite winning the first set, the Engineers lost the game.

At an emergency Undergraduate Association meeting on Wednesday, students and senators discuss the proposed mandatory dining plan for fall 2011. A survey conducted by the UA showed that a significant number of students are opposed to the new dining plan.

Officers place evidence markers on the steps outside the Stratton Student Center around 5 p.m. today after a stabbing.

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