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Such a beautiful building 😍
Frank Gehry would want you to see this.
Gotta get down on Friday! #comeonweekend
Whimsical, controversial Gehry design at its best, the Stata Center is a mixed-use space MIT building that must be seen to be believed.
Visit the food court inside Stata Center!
Look up outside and in. Inside you'll see a number of tributes to famous hacks.
The lady cashiers are all very nice. Make sure you tell them to have a nice day.
Yeah, it leaks all the time, it has no second floor, and passing motorists frequently stop their cars in the middle of Vassar to get out and take pictures of it. Stata is still unbelievably cool.
By Frank Gehry, the building was supposed to mimic the Infinite Corridor, providing a "student street" on the ground floor.
Visit the "Information Intersection" to drop off your library books or to check out the book swap shelf!
The free WiFi is a great bonus.
On April 30, during the open house, view cutting-edge developments in artificial intelligence, self-driving cars, autonomous robots, LEGO robots, and much more.
Russo holds a farmers Market here on Tuesday's, throughout the winter. Cheap and tasty!
Advance computing center
Keep your eyes straight ahead at all times. If you spot someone you recognize but may not know the name of, look away and avoid eye contact. Pretend you don't know them and they will go away.
Wow go to the r&d pub! Its great!
Try and get into the "crazy-eyes" room. It's on the same level as the dining room. Don't get nauseous.
have an omelet for breakfast. onions, peppers, ham, monterey jack.
Use stata as your own office space!
Stand outside the Stata Center at dusk or even after dark and see gorgeous architecture views.
Work your way down into the basement and explore the tunnels. Find the emergency science store. Play the spot Richard Stallman game. Live a happy vampiric sun-free life.