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Spartan I Spy

No matter where you look on the Michigan State University campus—one of the biggest, greenest campuses in the United States—you’re sure to see signs of Spartan spirit. Look closer and you may see something new. Check out the “GO MSU SPARTANS!” image, above. Can you guess where these images are located? Look below to learn where each photo was taken. You may see campus in a whole new way!

The “GO MSU SPARTANS!” poster, produced by University Relations Photo and Video, is available for purchase at campus and local bookstores, at shop.msu.edu, and by contacting University Relations, 517-355-7505, and photos@ur.msu.edu.

Key

  • G – Clouds (This is a freebie!)G — Clouds (This is a freebie!)
  • O – Fountain in the Amien A. and Florence M. Carter Annual Garden, part of the MSU Horticulture GardensO — Fountain in the Amien A. and Florence M. Carter Annual Garden, part of the MSU Horticulture Gardens
  • M – East entrance of Campbell Hall, a Tudor-style residence hall built in 1939M — East entrance of Campbell Hall, a Tudor-style residence hall built in 1939
  • S – Block S in front of the Hannah Administration BuildingS — Block S in front of the Hannah Administration Building
  • U – North entrance of IM Circle, one of three intramural facilities on campusU — North entrance of IM Circle, one of three intramural facilities on campus
  • S – Block S on the MSU Surplus Store and Recycling Center, which earned Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, or LEED, gold certificationS — Block S on the MSU Surplus Store and Recycling Center, which earned Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, or LEED, gold certification
  • P – Stone plaque on the northwest corner of North Kedzie Hall, featuring a shield accented with Pewabic tilesP — Stone plaque on the northwest corner of North Kedzie Hall, featuring a shield accented with Pewabic tiles
  • A – East side of Beaumont Tower, which stands on the site of College Hall, the first building in the United States devoted solely to the teaching of scientific agricultureA — South side of Beaumont Tower, which stands on the site of College Hall, the first building in the United States devoted solely to the teaching of scientific agriculture
  • R – Fire escape on the MSU Museum, the first museum in Michigan to receive affiliate status from the Smithsonian InstitutionR — Fire escape on the MSU Museum, the first museum in Michigan to receive affiliate status from the Smithsonian Institution
  • T – East side of Breslin Center, a state-of-the-art athletics and student events facility named in honor of former MSU administrator and supporter Jack BreslinT — East side of Breslin Center, a state-of-the-art athletics and student events facility named in honor of former MSU administrator and supporter Jack Breslin
  • A – North side of the Computer Center, home to the MSU Computer StoreA — North side of the Computer Center, home to the MSU Computer Store
  • N – South side of Spartan Stadium, which opened in 1923 and has drawn Spartan football fans from across the nation ever sinceN — South side of Spartan Stadium, which opened in 1923 and has drawn Spartan football fans from across the nation ever since
  • S – Tree with painted block S in an MSU pasture near Jolly and College roadsS — Tree with painted block S in an MSU pasture near Jolly and College roads
  • ! – The Spartan, a bronze statue that stands at the north end of Demonstration Hall Field!The Spartan, a bronze statue that stands at the north end of Demonstration Hall Field

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