This past Thursday I had the honor of guest lecturing at the University of Notre Dame for a good friend. After babbling on extensively about 3D printing, I decided to explore Notre Dame’s Hesburgh Library, which offered beautiful views of campus as seen above. While I had visited the campus a few years ago for a conference, I hadn’t realized that Touchdown Jesus occupied the outside of the library. I was able to explore thirteen floors all filled with books, of which only the tenth floor had recently been renovated. With that being said, I have to say I preferred the stark, metal shelving inhabiting the remainder of the floors, as you’ll observe in the photos below in contrast to the new library feel of the tenth floor. I hope you’ll enjoy the photos as much as I enjoyed exploring!