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Eric D. Schmiedl—The Tech
MITbeef went “beef caroling” around campus on the evening of December 16, singing beef-flavored versions of well-known carols and handing out beef jerky to passersby.
Andrea Robles—The Tech
Benjamin A. Bloomberg ’11 sings “See You Again” by Miley Cyrus at the Logarhythms’ Winter Concert on December 12 in Kresge Theater.
Andrea Robles—The Tech
Edan Krolewicz ’12 sings “You Give Me Something” by James Morrison at the Logarhythms’ Winter Concert on December 12 in Kresge Theater.
Eric D. Schmiedl—The Tech
Hackers placed a bed and accompanying sign marked “Save Point: You may rest your party here” in the student lounge adjacent to Lobby 10 in the Infinite Corridor on the morning of December 17. The bed was a reference to video game “save points,” as well as the approaching end of the Fall 2008 term and final exams.
Eric D. Schmiedl—The Tech
On the morning of December 9, hackers turned the Mechanical Engineering Lounge in Building 3 into an “aquarium” featuring a sea-monster with scales made of old final exams, a sandcastle, Tim the Beaver in a scuba outfit swimming away from the sea-monster, seashells, and bubbles in the windows. The hack was presumably a commentary on the state of MIT students being chased by final exams.
Andrea Robles—The Tech
Soloists Michael R. Miller ’09 (front left) and Bryan K. Koo ’09 (front center) sing “Get Over It” by OK Go at the Logarhythms’ Winter Concert on December 12 in Kresge Theater. See page 6 for more photos from the concert.
Andrea Robles—The Tech
Logs Alumni join current members for the ballad “Superlogs” at the Logarhythms’ Winter Concert on December 12 in Kresge Theater.
Quentin Smith—The Tech
A chain of foam monkeys was hung from the ceiling of Lobby 7 on Monday, December 15 in honor of the game “Barrel of Monkeys.” A sign hung above the Infinite read “Hacking, more fun than …”, a sentence completed with “a barrel of monkeys.” Facilities removed the hack by 9 a.m.