I figured, since I'm more or less on my way out, I'd leave behind one more large set of photos. I wish I could say that I have some pictures of the downtown campus to share, but I'm afraid I don't. You'll just have to trust me when I say it's great. I should probably add the disclaimer that about 90% of these photos were taken five months ago; the campus sisn't this green in the middle of winter.
It's not a great angle, but this is an average classroom at Grand Valley; the average GVSU class is 28 students and one professor.
Here's a view from inside the Shakespeare Garden, one of my favorite spots on campus. You can't see it from this angle, but right next to me in this photo is a bust of William Shakespeare's head which, interestingly enough, was made by a member of the psych department.
A mind is a terrible thing to waste. Eh? Eh? Too much?
Some students playing some soccer in the Laker Turf Building.
The number 50 bus is the Campus Connector. During the weekdays, one of these buses comes through GVSU every six or seven minutes, and it takes about a half hour to reach the downtown campus.
Some students relaxing in The Connection.
What, no saxes?
Here's a hallway leading to the Neimeyer Great room.
The 20/20 Info Desk is the place to go (or call) with any GVSU related questions, or if you want to pick up free student athletic tickets. I don't actually know these two people behind it, but they were nice enough to say "sure, take a photo!"
And speaking of people on campus, here we are. Or at least our office, as seen from an elevator. Caitlin looks surprised.
The Carillon Plaza and Tower in the summertime.
Hopefully we'll get some images of the downtown campus up at some point, and maybe a few winter weather shots, but until then, this will have to do.