Welcome back to campus for Spring term 2022! Whether you brave the cold or choose to venture out once spring arrives, try your hand to find some of these campus features dotted around MIT! Submit your answers and a selfie at each physical landmark to receive a $10 Amazon gift card! To enter, upload your answers/selfies here (certificates required)!
Can you find these landmarks around the MIT campus?
The cultures, histories, and locations represented in this resource center within MIT Libraries are broadly connected by use of the newest language to be offered by Global Languages.
The namesake of this building was born in Jiangsu Province, China, where the building’s shape might indicate good fortune for its residents.
The billion-year-old material making up this sculpture was mined from a carrière de granit in Quebec and has made its way to campus via the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art.
While “MIT Time” means 5 minutes after the hour, time seems to move backward by the second on this unusual timepiece, crafted by a German-raised artist, calling into question how we interact with this human-made measure.