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Police talk to passers-by after the stabbing of an Anna’s Taqueria employee. A witness heard the victim say through an interpreter that the suspect was the victim’s cousin.



An ambulance responds to the stabbing of an Anna’s employee by another Anna’s employee on Wednesday afternoon.



Police respond to the non-fatal stabbing of an Anna’s Taqueria employee in front of the Stratton Student Center on Wednesday afternoon. Anyone with information is requested to contact the Cambridge Police at 617-349-3300 or the MIT Police at 617-253-1212.



Emma S. Gargus ’14 spikes the ball in the women’s volleyball game against Wheaton College on Tuesday. The Engineers won the first three sets to win the match and improve their record to 17-10 overall.



Goneril (Mali MacConnell), King Lear’s oldest daughter, shares a passionate kiss with Edmund (Christopher D. Smith ‘12) in an act of infidelity. The MIT Shakespeare Ensemble is currently performing King Lear, with shows running every day through Oct. 30.



The fool (Jacob L. Austin-Breneman ’13), King Lear (Timothy Otte), and Kent (Brianna S. Conrad ’11) journey through the storm after freeing Kent from the stocks.



The Earl of Gloucester (Joshua J. A. Walker ’12) wallows in sadness and despair after being blinded by Cornwall. The MIT Shakespeare Ensemble’s King Lear will be running today and tomorrow at 8 p.m. in La Sala de Puerto Rico in the Student Center.



The Earl of Gloucester (Joshua J. A. Walker ’12) leads King Lear to shelter during a storm in the MIT Shakespeare Ensemble’s production of King Lear.



Cordelia (Allison M. Schneider ’13) and her father King Lear (Timothy Otte) patch up their relationship after the king realizes the folly of his ways.



Scrum-half Jacqueline P. Simpson ’14 is tackled while passing the ball to fly-half Stephanie E. Sallum ’12 during the women’s rugby game against Wentworth Institute of Technology on Oct. 9. The Engineers will be playing in the regional semifinals against Middlebury on Briggs Field at 1 p.m. on Saturday.


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