Where are we? PAW’s April 27 photo contest

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.
 
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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.

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