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Last Published: November 24, 2015
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Skyler Adams

A hack was on display over the weekend on the sky bridge between buildings 56 and 18, depicting Pixar characters Woody, Buzz Lightyear, Ham, and Slinky from Toy Story.

November 24, 2015
With all of the admonishments parents, counselors, and advice websites issue to high school students to keep their online presence professional, nobody could fault applicants for assuming that MIT admissions officers will scour their Facebook profiles. Nevertheless, the assumption would be false.
November 24, 2015
MIT will likely rebury the 58-year-old time capsule unearthed last week at the construction site of the future MIT.nano building. The time capsule, uncovered more than nine centuries earlier than intended, currently resides in the MIT Museum.
November 24, 2015
About 70 people gathered for a vigil in Lobby 10 Monday to commemorate the start of month 2 of Fossil Free MIT’s sit-in and collectively acknowledge that carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere are not likely to ever again drop below 400 parts per million.
November 24, 2015
MIT will launch a pilot program that will send MIT students and faculty to Mongolia to further entrepreneurship, innovation, urban planning, and university faculty development.
November 24, 2015
November 24, 2015
A large high pressure system will continue to creep up the Carolina coast today, keeping skies clear and sunny in Boston. This high will keep weather cool and dry through Saturday, when an approaching upper level disturbance will bring a chance of rain to the area.
November 24, 2015
Last Thursday’s article about the Undergraduate Association’s proposed increase to the student life fee incorrectly stated that at $1,200 per student group per year, $349,000 is needed for the current student groups, additional student-oriented activities, and UA internal operations. In fact, the sum of $349,000 does not include UA internal operations. Also, the article said the student life fee had previously been raised by the Graduate Student Council, which is not confirmed. The article further said that recent UA resignations were due to issues related to student group funding, citing the UA president, who actually only said the resignations were partly due to money issues.
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