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Photo Essay: Rose Hill's Visual Gems Often Hidden in Plain Sight Answers









 
 

Rose Hill’s Visual Gems Often Hiding in Plain Sight – Answers

You can hide a lot of details in 85 acres, and
with all that the day demands of us, it’s easy to
pass by some of the finer ones in the nooks and
crannies of the Rose Hill Campus.

In the photo essay “Rose Hill’s Visual Gems
Often Hiding in Plain Sight,” we presented a
series of design elements and challenged
the University community to figure out
their locations. The answers are below.

1. Collins Auditorium

2. University Church

3. Keating Hall

4. Freeman Hall

5. Keating Hall

6. Keating Hall

7. Walsh Library

8. Beech Tree next to Keating Hall

9. Alpha House

10. Mary and Jesus at Queens Court

11. McGinley Center

12. Fordham Seismic Station


1. Collins Auditorium


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2. University Church

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3. Keating Hall

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4. Freeman Hall

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5. Duane Library

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6. Keating Hall

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7. Walsh Library

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8. Beech Tree next to Keating Hall

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9. Alpha House

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10. Mary and Jesus at Queens Court

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11. McGinley Center

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12. Fordham Seismic Station

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