Journal of Undergraduate Research


BYU, stamp scavenger hunt, ink stamp


Family, Home, and Social Sciences




The goal of this project was to provide an informative and unifying activity for BYU students through an art installation and exhibition. It was inspired by Japanese Eki (Train) Station stamps, which promotes tourism throughout all of Japan, to popular and unknown areas, due to people interest in collecting ink stamps placed at each station. I thought creating a stamp scavenger hunt throughout BYU campus would help students to get to know campus better and the different departments within them. Speaking from my own personal experience, it was not until this project that I really got to know BYU campus. I entered in several buildings for the first time and learning about many colleges I did not even know existed.

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