A Thanksgiving Feast, OrigaMIT Style

by Jay London on November 28, 2013

in Arts, Campus Culture, Design, Modern Geekhood, Student Life

OrigaMIT, MIT’s student-run origami club, incorporated a holiday theme into their folding expertise and created the most festive and delicious-looking collection of paper in Institute history.

According to Boston Magazine, eight members of the club worked for more than 40 hours and created more than 25 Thanksgiving-themed items. Click the play button to begin the slideshow. Happy Thanksgiving!

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Visit the OrigaMIT website to learn more about the group and view pictures of their past creations.

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John Roberts January 18, 2014 at 9:05 am

I love origami! I had no idea there was an origami club here on campus. Very cool!

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