Map that Campus XXXIII

This one was a sent over by Jeff Lanam:


Hint: Next week, let's all collect some data.

Leave your answers in the comment section.

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Next week - must be a reference to Darwin's birthday on Feb. 12. But wait, Darwin never visited Northwestern University, so I don't see how that could be relevant.

By Mustafa Mond, FCD (not verified) on 09 Feb 2007 #permalink

Considering the shadows, it must be in the northern hemisphere. That should narrow it down.

By Mustafa Mond, FCD (not verified) on 09 Feb 2007 #permalink

That was a good hint. My wife was born there--the town, not the institute. I'll have to talk to her about gathering data tonight.

By Ken Hirsch (not verified) on 09 Feb 2007 #permalink

Mustafa - If Bill Carmody doesn't get the team playing better, he will soon learn all about "survival of the fittest" in the Big Ten.... Does that count?

Sorry about the thread hi-jack, I just had to get that off my chest.

Back to the Map Your Campus... What a strange "X" shaped building on the upper right quadrangle...Is this where the X-Men were developed? No visable Football stadiums, or baseball fields, so it's probably not in the US...

What a coincidence for me. I know this campus, I see the observatory to the left (west) a triangular shaped Arts bldg., Dunn meadow, a very long student union bldg. By the way, the football stadium is farther north , the X shapes are dorms.
Indiana University.

Jeff Harding
(lived at collins living learning center , ab. 1979-82