Back in September, for the first Through the Lens of the school year I set out to photograph every emergency blue phone. Armed with my digital camera and a map from security, I had four days to capture the over four hundred phones scattered throughout the campus. I nearly succeeded, but one remained elusive. Located in a Yale School of Medicine courtyard, I at the time did not have card access to the facility and was stopped by several employees, skeptical of my story, when I tried to enter through an adjacent building. This week, with new swipe privileges afforded to me as a researcher in the medical school, I returned and captured that phone.