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MIT’s ‘Alchemist’ gets Walter White makeover

David L. Ryan/Globe Staff

At some point before school got going on Monday, pranksters at MIT turned the Jaume Plensa sculpture “Alchemist” into Walter White, Bryan Cranston’s character in AMC’s “Breaking Bad.” At the moment, Cranston is down the street starring in “All the Way” at the American Repertory Theater. We’re hoping he does a drive-by before the school removes the beard and shades. “Breaking Bad” had its series finale on Sunday.

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