Monday, January 17, 2011

Walking through Jacobs

We were off from school today for MLK Day, but I still got to go to Jacobs to do some case prep with first-years gearing up for consulting internship interviews. When I got to school, I was surprised by how empty and calm it was; much different than the daily hustle and bustle.

It was the perfect opportunity to take some more video of Jacobs. In the brief clip below, you first get a look at the OLC auditorium, where most large events happen, like parts of CIM. Then I walked through one of the halls alongside the atrium back to the elevators and finally into a study room on the 2nd floor.

Nothing too thrilling, I know, but you can at least see where you might end up for two years. Enjoy!


  1. It is very annoying to see all those dark meeting rooms that were nevertheless reserved. Also, nice shot of the wall when someone walked by...

  2. Wow! A BenT comment. Don't know to what do I owe this pleasure, but I am pleased.

    Regarding the wall, I panicked when I saw them rounding the corner. Seemed like a good plan at the time!


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