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Eric D. Schmiedl—The Tech
MIT hackers abide by a written code of ethics that is painted on the wall of an MIT basement.
Omari Stephens—The Tech
Nathan B. Ball G is this year's winner of the Lemelson-MIT $30,000 Student Prize. A powered rope ascender (lower-left) is among the inventions which led to Ball's receipt of the award.
Teresa Baker
A shuttle bus operated by the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority caught on fire on Massassuchetts Avenue just south of Albany St. around 9:40 a.m. Wednesday morning. There were no injuries, according to the Cambridge Police Department. THE RIDE is a service operated by the MBTA to provide service to those who are not able to use subways, busses or trains.
David He—The Tech
The MIT women's swimming team braves the 20°F weather as they start their annual run down the Infinite Corridor. The run is a traditon before the swimming NEWMAC Championships which will start today at Wellesley College.