It worked before . . .
In 2004, faculty, students and staff in MITís Green Building created a 21-story tribute to the home town team for the first two games of the World Series, which the Red Sox won before going on to seal the championship. Hoping to inspire the same results, students in earth, atmospheric and planetary sciences lit up the building on Wednesday and Thursday nights as the Sox played the Colorado Rockies across the Charles River. Professor and department head Maria Zuber sought out graduate student Mike Krawczynski to head up a team of students to illuminate the sign. The team had to contend with broken blinds, but had no trouble working with lab inhabitants to keep their lights on. So far, so good: Boston won the first two games, just as before.
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