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UCSD Campus Library Walk


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9500 Gilman Drive CA 92037
San Diego, CA 92037
 
Map of UCSD Campus Library Walk, 9500 Gilman Drive CA 92037, San Diego

The UCSD Library Walk is a long, wide pedestrian path that runs through the heart of the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) campus. The walk is located between the Geisel Library and the Price Center, two of the most prominent buildings on campus.

The Library Walk is a popular gathering place for students, faculty, staff, and visitors to the campus. It is lined with trees and benches, providing a peaceful and scenic spot for reading, studying, and socializing. The walk is also frequently used as a location for events and activities, such as student organization fairs, concerts, and performances.

One of the most notable features of the Library Walk is the series of colorful, larger-than-life statues known as the Stuart Collection. The collection includes pieces by renowned artists such as Jenny Holzer, Bruce Nauman, and Niki de Saint Phalle, and they are spread out along the walkway for visitors to enjoy.

The Library Walk is a vibrant and lively part of the UCSD campus and serves as a central hub for the university community.

   

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