Mixed Veggies, Packed Schedules, and Problem Sets: A Day in the Life of MIT

by Amy Marcott on September 29, 2010 · 1 comment

in Campus Culture

On September 23, dozens of people from the MIT community chronicled their day in photographs, snapping shots from 12:01 a.m. until 11:59 p.m. What resulted was a mishmash of images from students, staff, and faculty members that, taken together, gives viewers a sense of what life is like at MIT–not just the big events and sweeping landscapes, but the day to day, mundane details that comprise regular life. Slice combed through and picked some pictures, which are presented below. To see more images from the project, including a breakdown of photos by photographer and time, visit http://aditl.mit.edu/2010/front. Props to the project’s sponsors: Technique, the Yearbook, and Photography Club of MIT.

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Wade McMaster October 10, 2010 at 6:56 am

Its funny how when you take a look at an average day or, yourself or someone else, just how interesting some of the components are. You come to realise how full your day really is..


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