Which Piece of Iconic IMSA Artwork Are You?

Photo from Wikipedia.

We’ve all taken note of IMSA’s artwork whether it be obscure or beautiful, and as we stare at them questioning why they’re there, they become a little less noticeable. Whether it’s the space mobile in the Old Caf or the nest above your head when you go to the TV Pit, you might be missing out on something beautiful!

But… have you ever stopped to ponder what they really mean. Maybe you’re more like them than you think. Take this quiz to find out which one you are!

Personally, I’m Yare.

About the Author

Shubhi Verma
Shubha "Shubhi" Verma is from a small village called Forsyth, Illinois, but at IMSA she lives in 02b downquad with her favorite people. She's thrilled to be serving as Co Editor-in-Chief this year for the Acronym, and she looks forward to spending even more time procrastinating homework by working on this. Outside of this Wordpress, she's a part of BELLAs, LEAD, Science Olympiad, Senior Class Club, and SIR, so you'll be able to find her trudging underneath her 50lb backpack a lot. Ask her about the Acronym if you want her to launch into a 2 hour speech about why you should join and why it's the absolute best organization on campus.

1 Comment on "Which Piece of Iconic IMSA Artwork Are You?"

  1. David Driscoll | October 29, 2017 at 9:28 pm | Reply

    I’m glad to hear that the Great Blue Heron nest that I helped Dr. Workman put up is an iconic piece of IMSA art — even though I didn’t get it through the quiz!

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