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.


1. Like The Northwestern Chronicle on Facebook

2. Email 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.


 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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