1. What three symbols are contained in this, the Hebrew University logo?
2. You probably know this sculpture, located in the pool just inside the main campus entrance. What causes the sculpture’s two “arms” to move?
3. What kind of tree is this, and why was this type selected for planting at the campus entrance?
4. The original of this, the oldest known Hebrew Bible (written in the year 930 CE), is located in the Israel Museum’s Shrine of the Book. Where on campus can you see this beautiful facsimile, leaf through it and its explanatory guide, and buy it?
5. Where was the official opening ceremony of the Givat Ram Campus held? In what year? Who was the lead speaker?
6. Aristotle, Copernicus, Newton and Darwin all lived in different centuries. Yet their writings all come together in one room on this campus. Which room, and where is it located?
7. Where on campus can you find this seashell, along with the world’s largest collection of the shells from Israel, including its two sea coasts, its many fresh water sites, and its land habitats?
8. Where on campus does this symbol appear?
9. Where on this campus can one see the authentic books that lined the shelves of Albert Einstein’s home in Princeton, New Jersey?
10. Where on campus does an evidence-based sculpture of Israel’s only known species of dinosaur stand, taller than you?