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Hackers dressed The Alchemist this week as Walter White, the protagonist in AMC’s crime drama Breaking Bad, which held its series finale this past Sunday. The show revolved around White’s struggles as a cancer-stricken high school chemistry teacher who turns to producing and selling methamphetamine in order to ensure his family’s financial future before he dies.

NEWS EDITOR
October 1, 2013
Tensions have escalated in the controversy over the removal and modification of certain interior wall murals in Burton-Conner and the manner in which students were notified. Last Friday, a variety of posters appeared around campus referring to the controversy, spurring reactions from both students and faculty.
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STAFF REPORTER
October 1, 2013
Under new procedures announced by Professor Robert P. Redwine at the Sept. 18 faculty meeting, complainants may now appeal decisions of the Committee on Discipline (COD) in sexual-assault cases. The COD is a standing committee of the faculty charged with “investigating complaints against students’ academic [and non-academic] misconduct.”
October 1, 2013
THE BOSTON GLOBE
October 1, 2013
CAMBRIDGE — To the legions of students who have been tutored and molded and prodded toward a top college most of their young lives, it would be an absurd question: How many of you had to explain to your parents what MIT is?



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