College professors have always had one area of untrammeled expression: the faculty office. After all, once you’ve got tenure, you can decorate as wackily as you want. Loyola Magazine recently sniffed out that school’s most striking faculty offices, including ones that feature Coke can sculptures, tumbleweeds, and a ceiling made of flags. Some of the best photos after the jump:
Purpura offers a “Poem of the Week” on the front of her office door.
Every time computer science professor David Binkley presents at an international conference, he picks up a flag to hang from his ceiling.
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