MIT's mascot, though called a brass rat, is actually a beaver. With the huge cost of the class rings, every MIT student (and those who didn't make it in) can make their own for just the cost of a square piece of paper. Watch this video origami tutorial and learn how to fold MIT's mascot the brass rat beaver out of a piece of paper.
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