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Upstairs, Downstairs
  • 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 Athena cluster that was 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.