St Salvators tower tolls the hour and dominates the skyline of our little town. It is the oldest building still in use in the University, dating from the 15th century. The University doesn’t really have a campus, but St Salvators Quad is oft described as the ‘beating heart of the university’. I walk past it, through its quad, around it, at least once a day to get to the library, to the museum, to work. It’s become instinctive to look for the tower to check the time, to count the bells as they toll.