I love BYU. I think it is the greatest college ever. And I love campus. I have so many hidden study spots and favorite buildings. I love that campus is clean and well maintained. It has, hands-down, the cleanest public bathrooms I’ve ever seen. There’s always grounds crews pruning trees or planting flowers. There are lots of trees and there’s a beautiful view of the mountains. Theoretically, BYU should have a beautiful campus. However, most building on campus are a sorry excuse for architecture. Case(s) in point:
The Spencer W. Kimball Tower:
Or as I like to call it, the Jenga building.
The Abraham Smoot Building:
Never fails to make me think of this:
[Who knew Pres. Samuelson was a Jedi?]
The Harris Fine Arts Center:
Makes me feel bad for all the MDT majors trapped inside:
The Marriot Center:
I think really looks like this:
One of the newer and prettier buildings on campus, the Joseph Fielding Smith Building:
Always make me afraid a CD will pop out of it:
To be fair, there are some really pretty buildings, too. My faves:
The Karl G. Maeser Building:
It always makes me feel patriotic:
I think we need a 20 foot Brigham Young statue to put in it:
And, probably my favorite building on campus:
I’m always looking for the Mona Lisa but haven’t found her yet.
What are your favorite buildings on campus? Any of them remind you of something crazy?