Inspired by Andrew Sullivan’s long-running but now defunct View From Your Window Contest and our enthusiasm for collegiate architecture and landscapes, we’ve launched a regular feature at PSmag.com called View From Your Ivory Tower. Since putting out a call for photograph submissions of views from the windows of university campuses in March, we’ve selected and published more than a dozen beautiful scenes. Each week, our readers have also had the chance to guess where these shots were taken. So far, dozens of one-year gift subscriptions to our print magazine have been awarded to both photographers and successful sleuths. In the process, we’ve provided a peek behind the walls and beyond the gates of the institutions where the research we write about is so often conducted. Can you guess where these were taken?
View From Your Ivory Tower is a photo submission contest. High-resolution photographs of views from the windows of places of higher education should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org and include the name of the institution and a description of the buildings or landscapes pictured. Those whose photos are selected will receive a free one-year subscription to our print magazine.
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