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Volume 138, Issue 19 — 13 photos
The hacking arena minutes after the start of the competition at Johnson Ice Rink.
A hacker catches up on sleep after working through the night and into the following morning at Johnson Ice Rink Saturday.
A student walks past chalk art at the Stata Center that says "the Chancellor & the COD are RAPIST ENABLERS" Sept. 17.
Deer head rhyton depicting griffins attacking a bull, probably Black Sea area, c. 350 BCE.
PHOTO BY KRASIMIR GEORGIEV; ©NATIONAL ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE WITH MUSEUM AT THE BULGARIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES, SOFIA.
Nearing 11 a.m. of Sept. 16, hackers in Johnson Ice Rink hurry to debug their programs before the judging begins.
David Wartinger is awarded the Ig Nobel Prize in medicine for discovering that certain roller coasters can help hasten the passage of kidney stones Sept. 13 at Harvard's Sanders Theatre.
Ruchi Sanghvi, the first female engineer to work at Facebook, addresses the hackers at the opening ceremony of HackMIT in Kresge Auditorium.
A team of hackers present their project to a member of the judging committee at Johnson Ice Rink.
A team of hackers present a demo of their award-winning Structurall project during the closing ceremony of HackMIT at Kresge Auditorium.
Copies of HackMIT's direction booklets, which were provided to every hacker upon check-in.