Where Was This?

It’s a door push, no? I feel like it’s not around any longer–or if it is, it has to be somewhere I never go, which is nowhere. I found it with the Morehead slides:

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At first I thought RMC, but this is what the door looks like now. (Well, it did look like this a few weeks ago–it’s fixed now. I took the picture only because the sign struck me as being . . . not quite right.)

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Bonus: Weeks of torrential rain + warm sunshine =grass.

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9 Responses to Where Was This?

  1. Maybe an entrance to a college commons? Will Rice? Or a door at Lovett?

  2. marmer01 says:

    Wow, a broken glass RMC door? That makes me sad. I think they’re original to the building. The urban legend was that during a rare student protest at Rice a brick was thrown at those doors and it bounced off harmlessly. The old door push, I’m guessing, might be from the old Hanszen commons which burned in the 1970s.

  3. Jerry Outlaw says:

    I also think it was the RMC. The brickwork on the wall in the background is definitely RMC-ish.

  4. Chris Castellani says:

    It’s really hard to read, but I think the note at the top of the door says:

    “ENER-JAZZ is mostly designed (?) for beginners
    No dance experience is necessary!”

  5. loki_the_bubba says:

    I know that door. I’ve pushed that door. It’s not the RMC. Lovett elevator lobby?

  6. arenson9 says:

    My 1st instinct is Hamman Hall, though I can’t explain why.

  7. marmer01 says:

    I’m pretty confident that the black and white picture is not from Hamman Hall.

  8. pdwyer17 says:

    It may be a room divider and not a door . . . .

  9. Stephen Smith says:

    One of those things I’ve touched and recognize, but can’t remember exactly where. I’m pretty sure that it was a commons, and probably Hanszen, as marmer01 suggested.

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