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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Photos by landon Y. Carter

Hackers placed the Olympic rings above Briggs Field Saturday, the night after the opening ceremony of the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics. The rings were strung on a wire running between Simmons and
MacGregor, a distance of over 700 feet.

Hackers turned The Alchemist and other parts of campus purple, and decorated Lobby 7 with purple ribbons. Like similar displays in previous years, the hack precedes Relay for Life, a major fundraising event for the American Cancer Society.

Jenny J. Wei ‘15 performs in MIT Dramashop’s production of The Pillowman, written by Martin Mcdonagh and directed by Janet Sonenberg, during the dress rehearsal last Wednesday, April 9.

Hackers lit up the Green Building with a ribbon on Tuesday night, in honor of the 1-year anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings and the death of MIT Officer Sean Collier.

An MIT Police Officer enjoys the food at the community picnic and MIT Strong marathon rally that occurred after the remembrance ceremony last Friday.

Thousands of paper cranes adorned the Stata Center’s Gates Atrium in remembrance of Sean Collier last Friday, April 18. Hackers collected, strung, and glued cranes from students, faculty, alumni, and friends throughout the Greater Boston area, and installed the hack overnight.

Students of Next House building an Inception-inspired 9’ diameter rotating room, which was unveiled during REX.

On Aug. 29, MIT Clubs put on their annual midway/club fair to introduce freshmen to the multitude of clubs on campus.

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