Giving Impact Report

View the report

Giving Impact Report cover

 

 

Our photo shoot locations

Our thanks to the alumni and students who particpated in the photo shoots for this publication. With one exception, each of the locations was on the U.C. Berkeley campus. We included clues in the report. Here are the answers.

CATHERINE DEBONO HOLMES and Jordan Bock
The clue: This Catholic, bluff-top university boasts a panoramic view of Los Angeles.

The answer: Catherine Debono Holmes ’77 and student Jordan Bock ’17 are enjoying the late afternoon sun of the Loyola Marymount University campus.

The clue: This building’s airy three-story lobby was made to resemble a mineshaft. The answer: Matt Sonsini ’92 and Stephen Chao ’18 in the hallway of the Hearst Memorial Mining Building.
The clue: This building’s airy three-story lobby was made to resemble a mineshaft.

The answer: Matt Sonsini ’92 and Stephen Chao ’18 in the hallway of the Hearst Memorial Mining Building.

Nancy Heinen ’82 and Kevin Marshack ’19 perch on the steps of South Hall.
The clue: According to legend, later proved inaccurate, the rooftop scene of Mary Poppins was filmed here at the oldest building on campus.

The answer: Nancy Heinen ’82 and Kevin Marshack ’19 perch on the steps of South Hall, in the shadow of the Campanile.

Luke Apfeld ’18 and Carly O’Halloran Alameda ’06 pose under the dome of the Hearst Memorial Mining Building.
The clue: the vaulted ceiling in this building was built with Guastavino tile, an early fireproofing method.

The answer: Luke Apfeld ’18 and Carly O’Halloran Alameda ’06 pose under the dome of the Hearst Memorial Mining Building.

Josh Epstein ’17, Heidi Quach ’18, Don Tamaki ’76, and Kelly Dermody ’93 take a seat in the great room of the Faculty Club.
The clue: Opened in 1902, this iconic and woodsy craftsman building was originally designed by famed architect Bernard Maybeck.

The answer: Josh Epstein ’17, Heidi Quach ’18, Don Tamaki ’76, and Kelly Dermody ’93 take a seat in the great room of the Faculty Club.

Aracely Abarca ’18, Matthew Schreiber ’85, Sonja Tonnesen ’13, and Amir Amiri ’10 gather along the tree-lined walkway next to Stephens Hall.
The clue: The bells of the Campanile ring especially loud at this idyllic setting just east of which gothic style building?

Answer: Aracely Abarca ’18, Matthew Schreiber ’85, Sonja Tonnesen ’13, and Amir Amiri ’10 gather along the tree-lined walkway next to Stephens Hall.