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5:05pm on Wednesday, 3rd October, 2018:
It's that time of year when Essex University puts a map of the world on a poster and gets students to put up photos of themselves showing where they're from. It's done now, before the first-years realise that engaging with the university isn't regarded as cool.
This is what it looks like this year.
I suspect some of those maps may be less densely-packed with images than others. I can see why they wouldn't necessarily want to have all the components to scale, but I'd have thought it might have been determined more by where the most students are from than by how big continents can be displayed.
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