Wordless Wednesday

Located just outside the future Starbucks near Manchester Hall, the overhead trellis has been nicknamed the "vicious circle" because of its shape that resembles jagged teeth.

Located just outside the future Starbucks near Manchester Hall, the overhead trellis has been nicknamed the “vicious circle” because of its shape that resembles jagged teeth.

It may look like bubble wrap, but that's actually tile that is installed along a curved wall in Aztec Lanes.

It may look like bubble wrap, but that’s actually tile that is installed along a curved wall in Aztec Lanes.

The red accent wall highlights the window between table games and the lanes in Aztec Lanes.

The red accent wall highlights the window between table games and the lanes in Aztec Lanes.

An upward view of the small courtyard located just off the pedestrian bridge -- one of the few places that still host scaffolding on site.

An upward view of the small courtyard located just off the pedestrian bridge — one of the few places that still host scaffolding on site.

The dome peeks over the west side of the building that surrounds the cafe courtyard.

The dome peeks over the west side of the building that surrounds the cafe courtyard.

A view of the tower from a second-floor arcade (AKA outdoor walkway).

A view of the tower from a second-floor arcade (AKA outdoor walkway).

Wordless Wednesday occurs all over the internet each Wednesday, when bloggers let photos speak for themselves.

Want to see more photos and updates about Aztec Student Union? Be sure to “like” the project on Facebookfollow it on Twitter or visit AztecStudentUnion.com to view the live construction camera.

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About Lorena

I'm a San Diego native and a proud two-time alumna of the San Diego State University School of Journalism and Media Studies. I currently work as the marketing and communications manager for the Associated Students of SDSU.
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