The “Where are we?” contest returns to test your knowledge of campus architecture. Through July, The Weekly Blog will post a new contest on the publication date of each printed edition of the Princeton Alumni Weekly.


For today’s image, the primary clue is the figure in the upper left portion, which gives a hint about one of the Princeton departments that calls this building home. Where are we? Post your answer on PAW’s Facebook page or e-mail it to PAW. The first correct response will earn a Princeton-themed prize. (Past winners are not eligible for the prize.)
Update: Laura Munzer ’79 correctly identified Guyot Hall, calling on the campus knowledge she gained as an Orange Key guide. The figure shown is a trilobite, one of about 200 carvings on the exterior of the building, which houses geosciences, ecology and evolutionary biology, and the Princeton Environmental Institute. Check below for the full image.