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Hackers placed a giant statue of the Greek goddess Athena in MIT’s Killian Court on May 18, the first day of final exams. The Athena statue stood atop a large pedestal and carried a shield inscribed with MIT’s “Mens et Manus” logo. Athena is the goddess of knowledge, wisdom, heroic endeavor, and strategic warfare, as well as the name of MIT’s campus-wide computing system.
Hackers placed a giant statue of the Greek goddess Athena in MIT’s Killian Court on May 18, the first day of final exams. The Athena statue stood atop a large pedestal and carried a shield inscribed with MIT’s “Mens et Manus” logo. Athena is the goddess of knowledge, wisdom, heroic endeavor, and strategic warfare, as well as the name of MIT’s campus-wide computing system.