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The University of Washington is not lacking for nice architecture. Quite opposed to the soviet-bloc style architecture of my alma mater, UW for the most part feels the way a real old-fashioned school should – lots of ornate stone buildings with ivy up the side. They also have this brick thing going on in places, especially the aptly-named Red Square (not to be confused with that other Red Square). Although home to a couple statues, a lot of freshmen, and a great view of Suzallo Library, I like the brick monoliths above the best. The fact that they only built them to ventilate the parking garage underneath only sorta detracts from them.