In the Spring 2015 issue of our newsletter, Access
, we asked the question...
How closely do you pay attention to doors on campus?
Here's the image as it appeared in the newsletter.
Okay, we'll start with the door at the left.
Here's a photo from further way. Does this help?
How about now? It's the west side of the Tolley Humanities Building.
Now let's look at door number 2.
Here's this impressive doorway set back a bit more. Know it?
Did this give it away? It's the east side of Lyman Hall.
Door number three hardly looks like a door at all. No doorknob!
But it is - it's an emergency exit door.
This should make it clear - it's the northeast corner of Bird Library.
Finally, let's look at the white door at the right.
This view should help identify this well-known building.
It's the east side of the Hall of Languages. Oh, and that's the 1912 Kissing bench in the foreground.
If you didn't get them all right away we invite you to take a walk around campus and really notice the wonderful architecture we walk by every day.
If you want to test yourself on some of our previous photos, follow this link!