Pokestops to swing by on your way through campus

Below is a compiled list of all the Pokestops on the University of Alaska Anchorage’s campus so you can stock up on Pokeballs on your way to class.

“Shaking Statues” is an art piece sitting in front of Rasmuson Hall.

“White Stone Statue” is an art piece directly in front of Cuddy Hall.

“Footprints in the Sands of Stone” is a plaque in front of a tree behind Sally Monserud Hall.

“Turbidite” is a plaque sitting outside of the Wendy Williamson Auditorium.

“Twin Totems” are two totem poles directly in front of the entrance at Eugene Short Hall.

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“Picture Book” is a statue of a girl reading in front of the UAA Campus Bookstore.

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“ANSEP Building” is the building that sits directly behind the Student Union.

“UAA ROTC” is a training spot that sits directly behind the Wells Fargo Sports Complex.

“Rodney P. Kinney Memorial Bridge” sits in the woods behind the second Spine.

“Lyla Richards Conference Plaque” sits right outside the conference room, which is located on the first floor of the Student Union.

“Tetradigm” is located in the parking lot behind the Social Science Building.

“SCIENCE!!!” is an art piece that sits inside of the UAA Natural Sciences Building.

“UAA Geologic Rock Garden” sits outside of the UAA Natural Sciences Building.

“Egg Rock at UAA Geologic Rock Garden” is a white rock that sits in the garden.

“Seawolf City Mural” is located near the Social Science Building.

“Foucalt Pendulum at Consortium Library” sits inside of the UAA/APU Consortium Library.

“UAA APU Consortium Library” is also a Pokestop.

“Spire of Enlightenment” is atop of the UAA/APU Consortium Library.

“The Arts Building Entrance at UAA” is an electric sign that sits in front of the Administration Building.

“49th Star Guardian Shield Salmon” is an art piece inside of the ConocoPhillips Integrated Science Building.

“Fireside Cafe at UAA” is an old building that sits behind the ConocoPhillips Integrated Science Building.

“Earthquake House” is an art piece outside of the Fine Arts Building.

“Alaska Airlines Arena” is located directly across the street from UAA housing.

“South Bike Trail” sits in between the Mac apartments.

“UAA West Hall” is a Pokestop that is constantly sitting with lures.

“UAA East Hall” is right next to UAA West Hall.

“A Rose By Any Other Name” is a plaque that sits in the crossroads of West and East Hall.

“Gorsuch Commons” is the dining area for on-campus students.

“Health Science Building” is a building that often occupies plenty of health related majors.

Photo credit: Jian Bautista