Know Your Campus and Win! – Contest #2

So what did you think of the contest? Congratulations to last week’s winner, Nikhil Purwaha! He won a $15 Wal-Mart gift card by being the first to email the most accurate answer. The correct response was: The picture is a section of the sundial which is in front of the conference/ board room at the Tower.

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Pic Courtesy: Sneha Gayatri

Here’s today’s photograph:

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Look at the picture and figure out what it is and where it is located. Email your responses to sneha.gayatri@global.t-bird.edu. The first person to email us with the right answer will win a $15 Wal-Mart gift card. We will reveal the answer once we get the first correct answer!

So go around campus and put your observation skills to the test! Remember to email your responses to sneha.gayatri@global.t-bird.edu.

Have more suggestions? Send your ideas to sneha.gayatri@global.t-bird.edu!

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