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Driving by I noticed this statue of a man sitting and holding his knees and made of metal numbers and letter arranged randomly. It is in front of the Julius Adams Stratton Student Center at 84 Massachusetts Avenue. We briefly stopped in front of it...More
This statue sits across the road from where the MIT Visitors Center. It is very large and you can even walk into the structure. The statue is made up of numbers and is a rather ingenious idea and perfect for MIT.
This is a famous landmark on MIT's campus that is worth visiting. It's a statute next to the student center and across the street from the main building entrance.
It's also a good photo shoot opportunity.
Very interesting landmark on MIT campus. Great place for picture taking and meeting place. The composition of the sculpture is a great conversation starter for young people interested in stem, the arts, and how the linkage is eternal.