Author: Adam Suhl
Each description actually clues two different rooms. Taking the difference of the room numbers gives a number between 1 and 26, which maps to a letter.
If you took 18.112 or 3.080 in Fall 2013, you're probably pretty familiar with this classroom.
I listen to the Rainbow Lounge Nightly News every weekday from 5:30 to 6:00.
If you've ever wanted to read "Escape to Witch Mountain" while hiking up a mountain, this student group (whose office can be found in the student center) is for you.
In 2011, Bexley called this "a door for dwarves." I guess that means the director is a dwarf?
The 26 third floor men's room is just to the left of a poster with some TV cartoon characters.
As I passed through the double doors from 18 to 56, I noticed that the room directly across from me was the BPEC plate reader room.
As I passed through the double doors from 18 to 56, I noticed that the room directly across from me had a poster of a pine forest in the window.
Unauthorized items left in this 56 basement room will be discarded... but only if they're recyclable.
Course 1 is headquartered across from the words "Parts Required."
This room is across from a picture of a legendary monster and to the right of a Jacob's ladder.
Where is Professor Golay's office? I just can't remember....
Two doors to the left of the closed Athena cluster recently absorbed by Course 16, there's a door with a picture of some rather negative Muppets.
An Athena printer can be found in Building 1 in an alcove directly across from Dr. Schuhmann's office.
While taking a drink from the 26 basement water fountain, I noticed to my left a door with a "DANGER! HIGH VOLTAGE!" sign, but a sign next to the door suggested I'd be welcome to enter anyway.
The Lockheed Martin Classroom (named after an MIT '73 alum and his wife) can be found on the first floor of the Stata Center.
This Building 16 alcove (which has its own room number) is lined with videodiscs. It's situated in the hallway between a blackboard and a bulletin board.
I went to turn in my add form, and while I was there, I downloaded and printed out the class's syllabus.
To the left of a timeline on naval technology live some Seussian marine animals.
This spells out DYLAN STANDING IN THE, which clues the answer to the puzzle, DOORWAY.