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MIT pranksters leave a calling card

TARDIS gets muted reaction from students

Pranksters placed a British police call box on the rooftop of MIT's Building 7. MIT hackers are known for placing objects on buildings at the school, but some students think this hack wasn't so special. 'Anybody can get up there,' one student said. Pranksters placed a British police call box on the rooftop of MIT's Building 7. MIT hackers are known for placing objects on buildings at the school, but some students think this hack wasn't so special. "Anybody can get up there," one student said. (Bill Greene / Globe Staff)
By June Q. Wu
Globe Correspondent / August 27, 2010

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They’re at it again. In what has become a rite of rooftop rambling, MIT pranksters have placed a large object atop a campus building. (Full article: 525 words)

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