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On Friday, Sept. 4, several well-known hacks were revived on and around the Great Dome, apparently catapulted from Killian Court.

A girl finishes playing a virtual reality game that uses a stationary bike, a fan, and an Oculus Rift to simulate a motorcycle ride at the Boston Festival of Indie Games on Saturday, Sept. 12.

On Sunday, Sept. 13, students from the Spinning Arts Club performed with fire, staves, swords, and more at the Stata amphitheater.

A powerful winter storm that hit the East Coast last weekend left over a foot of snow in many mid-Atlantic cities, but only a few inches in Boston. This was the first snow accumulation of a relatively mild winter.

Robert Hannigan, director of UK’s Government Communications Headquarters, gives a talk on encryption at the Media Lab Monday.

Demolition of former dormitory Bexley Hall began this week.

MIT President L. Rafael Reif and Congressman Joe Kennedy III hosted a discussion on STEM education for K-16 students on Thursday, Sept. 3.

Metropolitan Warehouse may house makerspaces, but no students.

MIT freshman, Luke Eure, swims the men’s 200 medley, placing 3rd with a time of 1:54.95 this Saturday at the NEWMAC championship.

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