This week Lin brings you the second installment of her blog series, “What you don’t see on a tour”. Enjoy!
If you attend a campus tour, you’ll likely see some of the high-traffic areas of campus: the Shanahan center (classrooms with big white tables and teal rolling chairs), the Engineering Clinic rooms in Parsons (exhibit A: multimeters, breadboards, and electrical components scattered on a table), and Platt campus center (the room with lots of comfy couches). Although Mudd hasn’t been traditionally known for having beautiful spaces (see various “Ugliest College” lists), we do have lots of nice spaces where students love to work or hang out. Consider this blog post an unofficial tour of some of the lesser-known nooks and crannies where you might spend your time in the coming years (:
In order to bring this blog post to you, I dragged my fellow senior intern Kaitlin away from her dutiful post at the Admissions Office and kick-started her modeling career. You’re welcome, Kaitlin! As you can tell in the following photo series of goofy pictures in study spaces, Mudd students tend to take their work but not themselves seriously. Scroll along (all the way, because there’s a bonus prize at the end for reading all the way through) and enjoy!
1. Shanahan Center for Teaching and Learning Outdoor Classroom.
2. Harvey Mudd College Writing Center
3. Humanities, Social Sciences, and Arts work space
4. HSA Department Corner Workspace
5. Engineering Department Lounge
6. Engineering Department Keurig Machine
7. Computer Science Department Olin Lounge
9. Biology Department Lounge
10. Cooper11. Sprague Library
12. Sprague Patio
13. Stauffer Lounge
14. Prof. Saeta’s Office
15. Physics/Chemistry Corner
16. Chemistry Lounge
17. Olin “Zen Garden”