Ah well, here are some not-that-great photos of my school.
I didn't really take any photos of the "academic mall" but you can see snatches of it.
The main area of my school, with the Chapel of St Basil at one end and Doherty Library on the other, were designed by the world famous (and recently deceased) architect Philip Johnson. Cheesy symbolism: The Chapel (faith) and the library (reason) are linked by the academic mall (presumably learning).
The Chapel is actually rather striking, much more so than the other buildings around it.
On the inside, the stations of the cross are carved on the wall in such a way as to make it seem as if they were floating.
Too bad I've only been inside once. (I'm not Catholic)
Um.. so I guess I'll get to describing the photos I took.
Parking garage on the left, assorted halls and such in the middle.( +8Collapse )
What I love about UST is its proximity to the museum district and downtown and Montrose. My school is within walking distance of The Rothko Chapel, The Menil Collection (home to many famous surrealist pieces), the Museum of Fine Arts, and the Contemporary Arts Museum.