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Videos and Films

Gangnam Style at MIT

MIT's Korean Association helped spread the "Gangnam Style" fever around campus.

 

 

Chem Lab Boot Camp!

Watch the trailer, and then follow the series.

 

 

Bienvenidos a MIT (2012)

Take a look at our Spanish language video—"Bienvenidos a MIT!"

 

 

MIT Imagination (2012)

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MIT: Live the Puzzle (2011)

An award winning short from our homepage!

 

 

MIT: The Motion Picture (1992)

You may have seen MIT: The Motion Picture on our homepage or elsewhere:

While it is incredibly dated now—though not without a certain comforting character for those of us old enough to remember videotapes—it was, at the time, a major production. It cost hundreds of thousands of dollars and was produced entirely by a major Madison Avenue marketing firm, and was taken "on the road" for the better part of a decade to show people all across the country something about MIT.

 

 

MIT: Progressions (1969)

A long-lost MIT admissions and recruitment vehicle recently discovered in the Museum's archives. A product of its times, and resonant with ours, it prominently features student and faculty activists protesting the Vietnam War and the nuclear arms race, as well as strong statements by faculty of the need to work ethically in the production of science and technology. 

 

 

Technology (1934) 

The earliest known MIT recruitment video, this silent film was sent in reels across the country to be shown to nostalgic alumni and curious prospective students who wanted to see "Tech." 

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