Of all the MIT campus pranks, one of the lesser known but classiest was when this upside down living room arrangement appeared on the underside of the MIT Media Lab Arch in April 2010, complete with a billiards table, office style plant, leather armchairs, and most importantly, a plan of the hack. Maybe next year someone can invent an anti-gravity device so sleep-deprived students can take a nap up there.
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