Answer: A close-up shot of the plinth of "The Aviator" statue situated between Alderman and Clemons libraries shows a relief sculpture of a World War I- era aircraft. "The Aviator," created by Mount Rushmore sculptor Gutzon Borglum, honors James Rogers McConnell, an aviator who flew with the Lafayette Escadrille during World War I and who was the first of 64 sons of UVA killed in battle during that war. Read more about "The Aviator" and McConnell here.
Winner: Congrats to Jon Wolfe (Grad '68, '71) who won a $25 gift card for correctly answering the July magazine enewsletter "Where Am I?" challenge