There are many interesting visions to be found all around the Punahou School campus. Here is another scavenger hunt picture to test your memory.
While the class of ’74 was on campus, a steady trickle of water flowed from the ceiling to the rocks below leaving behind the water discoloration that remains today.
The metal sculpture features an owl atop a hala tree: the same tree that is shown on the Punahou School seal. Could the owl be representative of the knowledge that was to be gained in this building? Perhaps. If you entered this building often enough–and you certainly should have–this should be an easy campus spot to identify. So, where is it?
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Yuriko was correct!
This sculpture is found in the entry to Cooke Library and has been there since the first day the library opened in 1965. In our day, one entered via the doors makai of the sculpture and exited via the doors mauka of the sculpture. These days, it’s come and go as you will.