August 15, 2018

Photo gallery: Summer at the Vancouver campus

Sure, you recognize Harbour Centre and you’ve admired the facade of the Segal Building. But how well do you really know the Vancouver campus? We took advantage of the late-summer lull to capture some familiar and not-so-familiar locations that will soon be buzzing with teaching and learning activities.

(Answers at the bottom of the page).

1. The SFU executive director and adjunct professor pictured here has a beautiful ocean view from his office in this downtown building.

2. A pink alley across from this SFU building has got people talking.

3. Big smiles await everyone who ventures into this downtown office.

4. A plaza outside this SFU location sets the gold standard for public fun with a piano and basketball court.

5. A wooden bench is a great place to take a rest at this SFU location.

6. Though his office may be a little crowded, a staff member from this SFU school still manages to give the space a contemporary look.

7. The creator of an installation adorning this SFU building clearly didn't harbour any doubts about the value of public art.

8. Making visitors feel welcome is one staff member’s business at this SFU location.

9. The beautiful historic building housing this SFU graduate program is no place for seagulls.

Answers: 1. Harbour Centre. 2. Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue. 3. VentureLabs. 4. Goldcorp Centre for the Arts. 5. SFU Woodward’s. 6. School for the Contemporary Arts. 7. Harbour Centre. 8. Beedie School of Business. 9. Segal Graduate School of Business.