TARDIS lands on MIT building

Bill Greene/Globe Staff
Bill Greene/Globe Staff

According to boston.com

Bill Greene/Globe Staff
Bill Greene/Globe Staff

MIT pranksters have placed what appears to be a TARDIS — a Time And Relative Dimension(s) in Space time machine from the British sci-fi show Doctor Who — atop the MIT building at 77 Mass. Ave.

Freshmen moving in this morning paused to admire the ingenuity of their mystery peers, who, in an MIT tradition, call themselves “hackers.”

A sign on the front of the TARDIS, which is a blue old-fashioned British police call box, said, “Hacker Telephone — Free for use of hackers.”

Some great photos from Eric Schmiedl as well

thanks to @shotbykim for the heads up

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