The first Map that Campus of 2008. My apologies to the NU posse who have been patiently waiting not to see their alma mater.
And so without wasting any more words, here is this week's mystery campus:
hint: It's definitely not on Mike Huckabee's campaign tour!
Leave your answer in the comments section, I'll certify any winners tomorrow.
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Red tile rooves? Looks very Mediterranean. Could it La Sapienza, which recently dissed Pope Indulgence?
Hmmm, I am thinking urban, east coast, no football or baseball fields viewable. Is that a soccer / rugby pitch? Not sure I get the Huckabee reference, unless it refers to him announcing that he wants to try to change the Constitution, and this is someplace in Philly?
BTW - You need to update your NU link - This looks like cheerleaders at an away game, probably AZ.
If you have Quick Time try this: http://www.ugadm.northwestern.edu/pan/arch.htm#
42 and no reference to Douglas Adamas or Deep Thought? At the very least, you could have made some alusion to chess, or even Bobby Fisher.
I believe Bayesian Bouffant is correct.
For the record, Willie the Wildcat has never dissed His Royal Popeness. He keeps his contempt to himself out of a deep abiding sense of professionalism.
I think the only way NU gets to the Big Dance - for the first time ever - is through a damn miracle, so we got to play nice with Pope Sturbanfuhrer Benedict. Can we buy some more indulgences?
What, has dancing been banned on campus now? The Women's Christian Temperance Union must be acting up again.
As a conciliatory gesture, La Sapienza should invite Pope Indulgence back to campus to speak at another, less prestigious occasion. They should put him on a dais in front of a large banner reading "E pur si Muove!"
They could put together a special symposium just for him, with other top-notch scientific speakers like Ken Ham and some of these guys.
Harvard. (but I hope that's not a swimming pool I see)
Well? Am I certifiable?
I'm sorry to inform you but Bayesian Bouffant got the answer (I've got to make these harder!) If you don't believe me check out Kevin W. Parker's link.
P.S. Do those "biblical astronomers" have a society journal? We could perform some celestial spheres experiment. Perhaps the Challenger collided with the innermost sphere (the other flights and the lunar landings were fake, we all know that!)
Yeah. Now I see there are streets running through it and cars.
Also I just noticed YOU go to Harvard, so you've probably already put up your own campus, or are going to leave it out entirely.
THE BIBLICAL ASTRONOMER
Probably the most credentialed proponent of geocentricity is Gerardus Bouw, who has a B.S. in astrophysics and a Ph.D. in astronomy.