Had an interview this past week with a counselor in admissions board for my first-choice grad school; very encouraging! Knock on wood. When I'm in a good mood, I take pictures. For fans of Gothic architecture: Construction on the Duke University Chapel in Durham, NC (the school's national rep earned Durham the name, "The City of Medicine") started in 1930, was completed in 1935, and cost nearly $2.3 million. As a little kid, used to think giants lived there. In high school, did a research project on its architecture, construction, & Gothic style in general. Here're pics of the campus area near the main quadrangle leading up to the chapel, w/ student library, some dorms facing towards the hospital, & the divinity school. Anyone else have examples of local gothic or other medieval-influenced architecture?