Jabulani R. Barber
GSE doctoral candidate Karl R. Wendt (left) presents some of his ideas with participants at the kickoff mixer of the President's Challenge.
During the break out portion of the mixer, third year GSE student Luke P. Shors (left) brainstorms with first year HMS students Aiden Feng(center) and Hisham N. Yousif (right).
Kiril Sinkel of the Philosphy Cafe, a monthly open discourse at The Harvard Book Store, discusses this week's topic-- Love and Robots.
Love and Robots was the topic today at the Harvard Book Store where the Philosophy Cafe holds a monthly discussion open to the local Cambridge community.
Co-captain Walter Peppelman, shown above in earlier action, made a return to the Crimson lineup on Saturday after a semester-long hiatus. The senior won his first two matches before dropping the third to Wisconsin's Isaac Jordan.
Junior co-captain Walter Peppelman, shown here in earlier action, was one of two Crimson grapplers to record a perfect 3-0 record at Saturday's Lone Star Duals.
Shown here in earlier action, junior co-captain Walter Peppelman went 4-0 over the weekend, pinning his opponent in all four matches. The junior now has 22 pins in his career.
Occupy Boston protesters participate in a General Assembly on Thursday night.
Michael Mango of Roxbury Community College packs his belongings. He plans to have a friend take care of them as he stays in the park past the eviction time. He has stayed at the protest since the second day of Occupy Boston.
At the Occupy Boston General Assembly Thursday night, a protester displays an upside-down flag, a symbol of distress.
Police officers observe the scene in Dewey Square Park.
Some members of Occupy Boston chose to pack their belongings in advance of the midnight evacuation deadline set by Mayor Menino, while others decided to stay.