Open house is an exciting time; new faces, fresh ideas, and a chance to re-evaluate who we are and what we’re doing at MIT Architecture. The Spring Open House was a deciding factor in my decision to attend MIT- I resonated with people here and the ideas they were sharing.
So, in my ever-dorky eagerness, I’m excited to share what makes MIT Architecture special with a new batch of prospective students. If you’re a prospective MIT-er out there, here’s a few things you can expect at the Open House this Thursday (Halloween!).
-Dialogue with faculty and students (we want to talk to you!)
-Student reviews (Core I will be reviewing their temporary installations through the department, and Core III has a midreview for our semester-long Boston Fish Pier proposal)
-Swag! (Among my many occupations at MIT- Architecture student, Planning student, eater of free food- I’m a publications assistant for the Department of Architecture, and we have some really exciting books coming your way!)