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Hackers placed a Guy Fawkes mask, worn by the character V from V for Vendetta, over the blank face of the Alchemist statue early Saturday morning. The fifth of November is commemorated in Britain for the failure of the Gunpowder Plot led by Guy Fawkes to blow up Parliament, but took on a new meaning of anti-tyranny in the movie and comic.



Hackers hung a banner on the inside of Lobby 7 commemorating the fifth of November. The Latin is five words beginning with the letter V, meaning, “By the power of truth, I, while living, have conquered the universe” — a reference to the movie V for Vendetta.



An inflatable plastic ball — the Zorb — maneuvered by a person inside, rolled around Lobby 7 Wednesday evening. Mechanical engineering professor Alex Slocum ’82 said he brought out the Zorb, which was emblazoned with MIT’s logo, for fun.



The Logarhythms perform “Superlogs” with their alumni — a longtime tradition — at their winter concert “Bright Lights” last Friday.



Three gingerbread houses paid homage to MIT at Friday’s Gingerbread House Building Contest, sponsored by MedLinks. The gingerbread house on the right was made to resemble the Stata Center.



Nathan M. Robert ’13 hugs fellow Logarhythms member and musical director Edward T. “Eddie” Kim onstage during their winter concert last Friday. This was Kim’s last performance of the year before he takes time off from MIT to serve in the South Korean military.



Jessica L. Wass ’14, a Tech photo editor, performs a dive at Saturday’s meet against Colby College. MIT Women’s Swimming and Diving beat Colby 237-57.



Megan E. Tadge ’12 swims in the women’s 500 freestyle against Colby College on Saturday. The Engineers beat the Mules 237-57.



The Kentucky Fried Duck sinks shortly after casting off on its maiden voyage at the Head of the Zesiger cardboard-boat regatta. The ship was piloted by Timothy K. Wilczynski ’14, Brian D. McCarthy ’12, and Alexander P. McCarthy ’14.



Megan E. Tadge ’12 swims in the women’s 500 freestyle against Colby College on Jan. 14, 2012. The Engineers beat the Mules 237-57.


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