Aside from classrooms and auditoriums and dorms, MIT also plays host to an elaborate system of tunnels that wind under and in between the various buildings that make up the campus. There’s been a long history of tunnel hacking associated with MIT’s below-ground labyrinth, but so far, I’ve neither seen nor participated in said activities. Instead, I’ve mainly used the tunnels to either test my sense of direction or shy away from the chilly winds that have sporadically blustered their way through MIT.
On one such cold day, Swetha ’13, Carin ’13, Divya B. ’13, Jeanne ’13 (all of whom you might have heard about before), and I decided to spontaneously take a trip to Harvard Square. We used the tunnels to make our way to Kendall, the closest T-stop.
The following was born of that endeavor (video-editing credit goes to Carin ’13). Note that in real life, we are not quite so eccentric as we seem in this video :) Enjoy!