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Virtual Tour: Around the School with Thayer360

Couch Student Project Lab as part of Thayer360. Photograph by Kathryn LoConte.
Couch Student Project Lab as part of Thayer360. Photograph by Kathryn LoConte.

Ever wonder what the ceiling of the Couch Student Project Lab looks like up close? Now you can find out with Thayer360, the panoramic virtual tour of Thayer School. The tour, launched last September to give prospective students an insider’s perspective of MacLean Engineering Sciences Center and Cummings Hall, provides 360-degree views of the spaces most widely used by students, along with videos, photos, and information about life at Thayer School.

So go ahead, open your browser window and play. Zoom in to see students at work in labs. Land in the middle of the bustling machine shop and hear the equipment roar around you. And let your mouse soar you up into the rafters of the Atrium. Move from room to room and see it all without even leaving your couch.

For more photos, visit our Campus set on Flickr.

Categories: The Great Hall, Virtual Tour

Tags: design, facilities

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