Photo challenge: A DIY campus tour

Photo credit: Simona Rachapalli
Photo credit: Simona Rachapalli

The Northwestern Chronicle is hosting a photo challenge – decode the following clues and explore campus beyond what you saw on your tour.

Rules:

1. Like The Northwestern Chronicle on Facebook

2. Email nuchronicle@gmail.com with photos of yourself at all of the locations

3. Post a picture to social media (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter), tag us and use the hashtag #chronphotochallenge

Win Northwestern swag! The first three students to complete the challenge will win:

First place – Northwestern sweatshirt

Second place – Northwestern beanie

Third place – Northwestern keychain

All Northwestern students are eligible to enter this competition.

Clues:

 Outside Annie May Swift Hall, lies a little home. The entrance is just small enough to fit a little gnome.

 We see many painted slabs out by the loch, one majestic beauty is this whiteteethed rock.

 This place houses an 18.5” refracting telescope to see the stars. It’s actually quite historic, and we’re proud it’s ours.

 Inside the center for visitors lies an interactive wall; go check it out to learn more reasons why Wildcats are the best of all.

 Many enjoy Einstein’s Bagels wherever they go, but few discover the one hidden in Pancoe.

 If ever you’re looking for a new place for a meal, Food for Thought behind Annenberg is quite the deal.

 Early on Tuesdays and Thursdays, you can get in a free match… if you can find the Combe Tennis Center inside of SPAC.

 Just north of Elder, you’ll find Long Field. You’ll often encounter athletes and NUMB there, refusing to yield.

 In between Deering and Main Libraries, you’ll uncover the Music Stacks. Maybe it’ll help you start creating some tracks?

 There’s a corner on the second floor of Main, where you can get lost in stories. Get to the novel section and forget about all your worries.

 Somewhere in Norris, there’s a place where you can just relax. Find the game room where you can take your game skills to the max.

[part of The Northwestern Chronicle’s Freshman Issue, Fall 2016]

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