Where's that Bear?
Everywhere you look on the Berkeley campus there are statues of (Golden) Bears. But can you pinpoint their location? Below please find photos of ten Bears on campus. Take your shot at naming their location. The top scores will be announced in the next edition of Berkeley at Home.
Ready. Set. Go.
Over which building's entrance is this sign?
The A&E Building
César Chávez Student Center
North Gate Hall
This bear has a twin and together they grace the entrance to this building.
Hearst Mining Building
The University Library (Doe)
Look closely at the iron scroll work on this building and you'll see these bears staring back at you.
This statue is popular with visitors who pose inside the bear's embrace, and can be found outside:
Recreational Sports Facility
Perhaps not as impressive as a bear carved in bronze or stone, but the only living bear on this list, this topiary bear can be found outside:
This bear brings good luck when you rub his nose and can be found between:
Dwinelle Hall and César Chávez Student Center
Zellerbach Hall and Alumni House
Haas Pavilion and Zellerbach Playhouse
Space Sciences Lab and Lawrence Hall of Science
These two playful bears are found inside the courtyard of:
Haas School of Business
University Health Services (Tang)
Visitors entering this building are greeted with these unique bear door handles.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Student Union
Berkeley Law Building
Visitors entering this building are greeted by this bear.
Look closely and you'll see the tiniest bear on campus in repose over the front door of this building.
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