This is the Tanner Building at night.
Here's its hollow interior.
Cody's school is based out of the Tanner Building, and he goes to class there every day.
My school is based out of the Herald R. Clark Building, which is a much smaller, much less prestigious structure. Cody likes to point that out.
Yesterday, in defense of my school's building, I told Cody that his building is "showy, over the top, and hollow inside."
After I said that, we both paused for a minute, then looked at each other and started to laugh. We realized in that moment that the Tanner Building is the perfect life-size metaphor for BYU's accounting and business students, who can often be classified as "showy, over the top, and hollow inside."