With a few short hours on the Stanford Campus, we had a walking tour guided by my nephew Kevin.
More than a few of my extended family now lives in California. After my conference group finished off our mid-afternoon meetings, we drove north to Stanford University for a short tour by my nephew Kevin. He told us to meet him at the top of the Oval, so we wouldn’t get lost. We started with a stroll through Memorial Court, noticing the quickly arriving dusk.
The Math Corner of the Main Quadrangle is place where you might expect to find mathematicians and math students.
The main quadrangle is a hub for the campus, designed in the early 1900s.
Geovanni, Stephen and Nancy added to the layout of Rodin’s Burghers of Calais.
This late in the afternoon, Memorial Church was closing. Continue reading “2008/12/11 Walking around the Stanford University campus“