Campus Tour

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Today’s travelogue is going to be the campus tour.  You are shown around a whole bunch of building that look impressive, you remember a lot of things about them, not always what you were actually told, and you forget even more than you remember.

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The Tilford Center. Where the Communications Department and Online Divisions are located, best I understand.

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The Jundt Art Museum. Permanent and touring collections.

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Workmen were laying paving brick on this section all the time we were there — we had to go around or through the neighboring building to get by.

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Nice view — don’t remember the names of anything.

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Cool sunlight effect over the church steeples.

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Closeup of the church spires.

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Original building. Contains offices and classrooms.

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Wider view of the building.

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The Crosby Student Center.

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The Foley Library. Supposed to look like an open book. I think the effect is best seen from above.

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The new campus center building being built. Someone mentioned there will be a pub inside, among other things.

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The Zag store — where you get your “Zag Swag.” I purchase two pairs of bulldog socks. Everything else was pricy, or the items on clearance were the wrong size and season for what I needed.

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Athletic Center. Forget the name.

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Team is the Bulldogs, so the spectators are part of the “Kennel Club”, I guess.

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Don’t remember what this one was.

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A food truck. At first I thought fondly of small private enterprise. But it is run by the Sodexo service that runs the cafeteria.

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St. Aloysius fountain in front of the original building.

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St. Aloysius fountain seen from vertical shot.

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Sign for the Music Mansion.

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The Music Mansion. This wasn’t on the tour, I stumbled across it in my own meanderings. Not sure what it means — I was assuming it was a building used for music students, rehearsals, etc.

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