The equipment checkout was all locked up when I got there.
I was originally locked out of this room, so I had to come back in about an hour or so to take this picture.
I’ve never actually been in this place, but I am always smelling the popcorn when I go by!
Every time I am waiting to meet with an academic advisor (Judy Gates), I am checking out all this beautiful art. Come check it out. It’s free!
I know I am not the only one who doesn’t really know what this is. Maybe I’ll learn in this class?
The guy working at the Reference counter in the library was trying to charge me five dollars to take a picture of the counter.
This is a very interesting piece of art, and I know very little about it. I know that it is covered with engravings, but I didn’t stay long enough to see what the engravings were about.
Ingram was very busy at the time (doing his job, of course), so here’s a picture of his door!
I had trouble finding this place on campus, but someone in the library was willing to show me where it was. He also informed me that this room will be changing to something else, but I can’t remember what it was changing to, unfortunately.
Once again, Judy was very busy at that time, so here’s another fascinating picture of a door! I guess I didn’t time my scavenger hunt very well.
I had to take a number of different pictures of Teresa’s office because I would always look back at the pictures and a reflection of myself in the window taking the picture. This angle seemed to be the most useful considering the situation.
I really need to pay more attention, because I just found out that Lane had so many flags of different countries!
This turkey is the coolest turkey on campus! She stood there for about 30 seconds, standing still, just for me to take her picture (or because she thought that if she stood very still, I would eventually leave).
I also decided to take this shot as well because I didn’t want to just take a picture of a turkey; I wanted something a little different and more original.