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Eric D. Schmiedl—The Tech
To protest Chancellor Clay’s campus-wide e-mail detailing what was perceived to be an overly-restrictive policy on hacking, MIT hackers covered the hacks on display in the Stata Center. Hacks were covered with black cloth and description placards with large VIOLATION NOTICE signs were added, detailing how each historic hack was prohibited by Clay’s e-mail.
October 3, 2008
While the debate over who America will vote into the Oval Office is in full swing, so too is the discussion about how the voting will happen. The November elections will feature unprecedented levels and varieties of electronic voting.
STAFF REPORTER
October 3, 2008
Spermicidal cola, archeological armadillos, and lap dancers were the talk of the evening at last night’s Ig Nobels, where a weird ceremony feted the weirdest science of the past year.
STAFF REPORTER
October 3, 2008
MIT graduate students packed into Walker Memorial on Wednesday night to celebrate the unveiling of the first new Grad Rat ring design since 2003.
STAFF REPORTER
October 3, 2008
After decades of cheering pedestrians during the long trek across the Harvard Bridge, the Smoot marks turn fifty tomorrow, and MIT students and alumni are gearing up to celebrate a tradition that spans generations with a shoreline cleanup, a concert by famed oldies group “The Platters,” and a 1950s-themed party.




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