THIS WEEK IN PHOTOS | November 3rd, 2019

THIS WEEK IN PHOTOS | November 3rd, 2019

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Students relax in the clearing by Sage Hall after class on Monday. (Boris Tsang/Sun Photography Editor)

Students relax in the clearing by Sage Hall after class on Monday. (Boris Tsang/Sun Photography Editor)

Takashi Shiraishi Ph.D. ’66, chancellor of Kumamoto Prefecture University, dissected Japan’s foreign policy and its role in global politics in a talk on Monday. (Daniel Ra/Sun Staff Photographer)

Takashi Shiraishi Ph.D. ’66, chancellor of Kumamoto Prefecture University, dissected Japan’s foreign policy and its role in global politics in a talk on Monday. (Daniel Ra/Sun Staff Photographer)

Social Sciences Review co-chair Prof. Melissa Ferguson, psychology and senior associate dean of social sciences, fields questions from students regarding the Social Sciences Review Committee’s proposal to rebrand the College of Human Ecology as the College of Public Policy during a forum on Tuesday. Many students at the event argued against the change. (Michael Wenye Li/Sun Senior Photographer)

Social Sciences Review co-chair Prof. Melissa Ferguson, psychology and senior associate dean of social sciences, fields questions from students regarding the Social Sciences Review Committee’s proposal to rebrand the College of Human Ecology as the College of Public Policy during a forum on Tuesday. Many students at the event argued against the change. (Michael Wenye Li/Sun Senior Photographer)

Students stream out of Anabel Taylor Hall after the service of remembrance for Antonio Tsialas '23 on Tuesday. Other students, pictured to the right, lined up to meet with Tsialas's family. (Boris Tsang/Sun Photography Editor)

Students stream out of Anabel Taylor Hall after the service of remembrance for Antonio Tsialas ’23 on Tuesday. Other students, pictured to the right, lined up to meet with Tsialas’s family. (Boris Tsang/Sun Photography Editor)

Student Assembly members listen to a presentation at their meeting on Thursday, during which they passed a resolution that would create a new seat for Dyson students and debated over funding allocations for late-night event funding organization CUTonight. (Michael Wenye Li/Sun Senior Photographer)

Student Assembly members listen to a presentation at their meeting on Thursday, during which they passed a resolution that would create a new seat for Dyson students and debated over funding allocations for late-night event funding organization CUTonight. (Michael Wenye Li/Sun Senior Photographer)

Senior tight end John Fitzgerald is tackled by a Princeton defensive back at the football game on Friday. The Red's offense struggled throughout the night, leading to a 21-7 loss. (Boris Tsang/Sun Photography Editor)

Senior tight end John Fitzgerald is tackled by a Princeton defensive back at the football game on Friday. The Red’s offense struggled throughout the night, leading to a 21-7 loss. (Boris Tsang/Sun Photography Editor)

Senior forward Kristin O'Neill lines up a shot during the game against Quinnipiac on Friday. O'Neill later scored the only goal of the game to give the Red its first ECAC win. (Ben Parker/Sun Assistant Photography Editor)

Senior forward Kristin O’Neill lines up a shot during the game against Quinnipiac on Friday. O’Neill later scored the only goal of the game to give the Red its first ECAC win. (Ben Parker/Sun Assistant Photography Editor)

Junior forward Maddie Mills celebrates after scoring a goal in the second period to put the Red up 1-0 at the game against Princeton on Saturday. The Red went on to claim a 3-1 victory. (Boris Tsang/Sun Photography Editor)

Junior forward Maddie Mills celebrates after scoring a goal in the second period to put the Red up 1-0 at the game against Princeton on Saturday. The Red went on to claim a 3-1 victory. (Boris Tsang/Sun Photography Editor)








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