Found this in puddle beside my car in the parking lot at East Tennessee State University while leaving campus on a rainy afternoon in October.
Found it at San Diego State’s library. I was leaving to go to my next class, and I found this torn note.
I found this in an old photo album; the research I’ve done reveals that this is the skull and bones club of 1875. Enjoy!
This note was found on the steps of a building on a college campus. It was obvious that many people had walked on it and that it had also been folded neatly into a square. The odd thing is that the closest parking lot was a 10 minute walk away.
The Geography Department at the University of Victoria was moving to a new building across campus. I found this discarded on the floor in the old building.
I found this on the UNBSJ campus. It’s written on the back of an assignment about Thoreau’s “Walden” (which got a C).
My friend Kelly and I found this beaten up note by a tree on our campus.
Found this in my college hall shortly after a freshman alcohol workshop. It appears to be a very controlled rant, or the beginning of a poem. I have no idea why it was left behind, because parts of it were carefully erased and redone and the handwriting is so deliberate.
I found the journal left by the printer in the computer lab of the design school during one of my many all nighters.
I work at the Indiana University library, and this is one of many treasures I’ve found in the stacks. I think some graduate students who work in the carrels upstairs had a bit of a nerdy love connection going on. This piece of paper was folded in half over a lengthy calculus problem; but, there’s … Continued