日本での一年間

November 13, 2008

Campus Vignettes (Part 3)

Filed under: school, Tokyo places, Western Tokyo — myyearinjapan @ 1:46 am

Here’s the final set of pictures I took around campus.

Pond on west campus

Pond on west campus

People running around the track, west campus.

People running around the track, west campus.

Wooded area on West campus

Wooded area on West campus

International House courtyard

International House courtyard

International house

International house

Emergency stairs

Emergency stairs

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2 Comments »

  1. Your campus certainly has its share of uninteresting poorly-designed bland postwar architecture. But then again, so do most college campuses. They had to do the most construction when enrollment surged in the ’60s because of the baby boomers (with not a whole lot of time or money in many cases).
    Heck, we both know UCB has its share of both beautiful and ugly modern and postmodern architecture 😛

    Comment by reccaphoenix — November 19, 2008 @ 7:33 pm

  2. very true. People say my campus is like an ivy league school, but I think it’s just mediocre. I think the nicest building though is the Exchange Student Center, which I didn’t include a picture of. It’s a fairly new building. At least my school looks nicer than the Units at Cal, right?

    Comment by myyearinjapan — November 20, 2008 @ 8:44 am


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