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Arizona State University: The ASU Gammage

Arizona State University: The ASU Gammage

Vast and elegant, Arizona State University’s Grady Gammage Auditorium represents the final masterpiece of architect Frank Lloyd Wright. The circular structure stands 80 feet high. Two pedestrian bridges that extend 200 feet from the building are, in Wright’s words, “outstretched arms, saying 'Welcome to ASU!'"


Arizona State University: The ASU Gammage Interior

Arizona State University: The ASU Gammage Interior

Inside the ASU Gammage, three tiers holding 3,000 seats allow no one to sit farther than 115 feet from the stage, and well balanced acoustics afford an even flow of sound to every seat. The facility hosts 12 week-long Broadway shows each year. A student ID from any school will get you a 50 percent ticket discount.


Barnard College: Diana Center - Green Roof Rendering

Barnard College: Diana Center - Green Roof Rendering

Scheduled to open spring, 2010.


Check-box

Check-box


Cornell University: Cornell Dairy Bar

Cornell University: Cornell Dairy Bar

Friday, July 2, 2004, enjoying some down time at the Cornell Dairy bar:
Visiting Associate Professor in Molecular Medicine at the Veterinary College, from the University of Wisconsin, Lacrosse, Adrienne Loh, and her friend Tom McCarrick, Senior Lecturer in the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology here at Cornell, take a mint-chocolate chip ice cream break with Professor Loh's dog, Oliver. He is a rescue Greyhound.


Cornell University: Taking a Break at the Dairy Bar

Cornell University: Taking a Break at the Dairy Bar

Friday, July 2, 2004, enjoying some down time at the Cornell Dairy bar:
Visiting Associate Professor in Molecular Medicine at the Veterinary College, from the University of Wisconsin, Lacrosse, Adrienne Loh, and her friend Tom McCarrick, Senior Lecturer in the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology here at Cornell, take a mint-chocolate chip ice cream break with Professor Loh's dog, Oliver. He is a rescue Greyhound.


Florida Southern College: Annie Pfeiffer Chapel

Florida Southern College: Annie Pfeiffer Chapel

The Annie Pfeiffer Chapel, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, was the first of the Wright buildings constructed on campus. It remains the hallmark image of Florida Southern College.

Wright designed 18 structures for the campus, and 12 were constructed, representing the world’s largest one-site grouping of Wright’s work known collectively as "Child of the Sun."
http://www.flsouthern.edu/fllwctr/FPfeiffer.htm


Florida Southern College: Miller Planetarium

Florida Southern College: Miller Planetarium

Located inside the Polk County Science Building, the Miller Planetarium is the only planetarium designed by Frank Lloyd Wright that was ever built.

Wright designed 18 structures for the campus, and 12 were constructed, representing the world’s largest one-site grouping of Wright’s work known collectively as "Child of the Sun."

http://www.flsouthern.edu/academics/chem/planetarium/index.htm


Florida Southern College: The Water Dome

Florida Southern College: The Water Dome

The Water Dome, first completed in 1948, was remodeled to its original design and was dedicated on October 25, 2007.

Wright designed 18 structures for the campus, and 12 were constructed, representing the world’s largest one-site grouping of Wright’s work known collectively as "Child of the Sun."

http://www.flsouthern.edu/fllwctr/FWaterDome.htm


Florida Southern College: William H. Danforth Chapel

Florida Southern College: William H. Danforth Chapel

The William H. Danforth Chapel was completed in 1955 and represents Wright’s only work in leaded glass on campus. Framed in native Florida tidewater red cypress woodwork, Danforth still contains the original pews and cushions, designed by Wright and constructed by industrial arts students and home economics classes. This intimate chapel is often referred to as a miniature cathedral.

Wright designed 18 structures for the campus, and 12 were constructed, representing the world’s largest one-site grouping of Wright’s work known collectively as "Child of the Sun."

http://www.flsouthern.edu/fllwctr/FDanforth.htm


Fort Valley State University

Fort Valley State University

Ann Gillespie with students


Fort Valley State University: Gant Tour

Fort Valley State University: Gant Tour


Fort Valley State University: Meat Processing

Fort Valley State University: Meat Processing


Goucher College: Athenaeum Forum Main Level

Goucher College: Athenaeum Forum Main Level

Photo credit: Jeff Tryon


Goucher College: Athenaeum North Entrance

Goucher College: Athenaeum North Entrance

Photo credit: Jeff Tryon


Goucher College: Athenaeum South Entrance

Goucher College: Athenaeum South Entrance

Photo credit: Jeff Tryon


James Madison University: "Little Jimmy"

James Madison University: "Little Jimmy"

Have your photo taken with the James Madison ("Little Jimmy") statue located near the Quad.


Merrimack College: New Labyrinth Offers Sacred Path For Transformation

Merrimack College: New Labyrinth Offers Sacred Path For Transformation

Rev. James Wenzel, O.S.A. stands in the middle of the new labyrinth on the Merrimack College campus in North Andover, MA. Construction of the labyrinth was made possible through donations collected at Fr. Wenzel’s 50th anniversary of his ordination.


Pepperdine University: A College Visit

Pepperdine University: A College Visit

Submitted by Michael O'Donnell


Saint Joseph’s College of Maine

Saint Joseph’s College of Maine

Winter Frisbee


Saint Joseph’s College of Maine

Saint Joseph’s College of Maine

Our campus on the lake.


Saint Joseph’s College of Maine

Saint Joseph’s College of Maine


SCV_airplane

SCV_airplane


SCV_Airplane_Signature

SCV_Airplane_Signature


Seton Hall University: President's Hall

Seton Hall University: President's Hall

Students on the campus green; Presidents Hall is pictured in the background.


SmartCollegeVisit: Heliparent

SmartCollegeVisit: Heliparent

Cartoon by Daniel Yowell


SmartCollegeVisit: On the Road to College

SmartCollegeVisit: On the Road to College

Cartoon by Daniel Yowell


St. Catherine University (St. Kate's)

St. Catherine University (St. Kate's)

St. Catherine University sits on 110 wooded acres in the Highland Village neighborhood of St. Paul, Minnesota — less than a mile from the Mississippi River and in one of the most vibrant metropolitan areas of the country. To learn more, visit St. Kate’s website: www.stkate.edu.


St. Catherine University (St. Kate's) Mendel Hall

St. Catherine University (St. Kate's) Mendel Hall


Virginia Tech: Campus Tour

Virginia Tech: Campus Tour

Photo taken by Lisa Warren


Virginia Tech: Torgersen Sky Bridge

Virginia Tech: Torgersen Sky Bridge

Submitted by Jennifer T. Harris