Today, the iconic, 150-foot-high dome at the center of MIT’s campus may be known for the creative things the school’s crafty students have hoisted up onto it, but the “Great Dome” has always served as a symbol of the school’s spirit of innovation. Constructed in 1916, the 100-foot-wide expanse was the architectural crown of MIT’s “New Technology” campus on the Charles River.
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