HUMANITIES | Campus Tour 2019
Virtual Tours by Students
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So this is the first floor of the humanities building. It was originally built to be a summer home and universe on wedding present for Alice Garrett son. Teo, help aid men who were blinded in World War Two. This is just absolutely one of the most beautiful buildings on campus. I'm renovations on this building that it is enormous. Now it fully loops around almost enough of a circle, leaving a little quad down there. Before I switched my majors, I was a political science major, and this's where I would spend a lot of my time. So this is the quad that I was talking about before. Yeah, um, but I don't see a lot of kids hanging out down here, but it's just really beautiful. This is also where a lot of teachers offices are, um, in that door and then around the corner, we're there. You could see people up there during homework and so that I think this is just a really pretty place to look out onto. If you're spending time in the humanities building, this is where I've had some of my classes at Loyola because humanity's is so big and it's so hard to find classes. Sometimes this is the most convenient bathroom because it's directly flanked outside and close to the student center. It's just a beautiful look out onto the quad. As you can see, people are getting out of class.