NSO Scavenger Hunt 2010
This place is a popular destination for those wishing to document their initiation into the 40 below club!
This building is home to the arts! Stage a dramatic scene in the lobby!
Take a picture with a "Nanuq"...I hear there's one near a frozen area.
Locate UAF's Eternal Flame
Go to the top of "Death Hill" and act like you're being abducted by aliens. Beam us up, Scotty.
If you need to park your car on campus for a little while, but you don't have a parking sticker, don't fret! You can easily purchase a parking pass at one of these kiosks around campus.
This field shares a name with a whale and is a great place to get your sport on.
Oddities of UAF's architecture abound! Climbing these stairs may lead you to nowhere. Get a bird's eye view of your student center from the crow's nest.
In 1922 President Charles Bunnell opened the doors of UAF for the first time. His friendly face can still be seen on campus today.
Find the building that houses Blue Babe, who was found in a frozen creek bed in 1979.
Many have debated the meaning of these distinctive reptilian sculptures. In fact, people have traveled to Alaska JUST to see these legendary sculptures; they've even been the inspiration for a unique nickname for the park that houses them...