Monthly Archives: March 2009

Spring Classes

Nothing says spring like a class held outside. This image is of Don Baker and his class out in front of Center Hall on a beautiful day. It looks like this is a day fairly early in the spring. The … Continue reading

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A new building for the sciences.

Goodrich Hall of Sciences Now that I have my architectural history hat on my head…I came across these photos of the construction of Goodrich Hall. There are several small photos taken, I believe, by a student. Here are some of … Continue reading

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Sparks Center

I have been thinking about the Sparks Center a lot lately. But before it was the Sparks Center, it was the Campus Center. When it opened in 1954 the Campus Center offered bowling in what is now the Little Giant … Continue reading

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Wabash vs Notre Dame

Article by Dick Banta (W1926) (In 1905) Wa­bash beat Notre Dame on the University’s home field – an achievement which no team would repeat for twenty-four years.  The win was no fluke, no miracle… (Coach) Cayou’s boys demonstrated The Chief’s … Continue reading

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Old Phi Delta Theta house

These two scans are of the old Phi Delta Theta house. The top image is the older of the two and really show the house as it was when it was a family home. The Goltras lived in this house … Continue reading

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Senior Bench

This is a photo that I love to share whenever I can. This is the “Senior Bench”  as it is known on campus. It is really the Thomson Bench, a memorial to several members of the Thomson family who played … Continue reading

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