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Matt Demo


Diverse group protests inauguration

WASHINGTON -- We came to support Bush some came to see the spectacle, but in the early morning hours, people along the inaugural parade route had other intentions. The crowd of protesters grew restless after two hours of waiting in the rain. Early reports said Pennsylvania Avenue was controlled by protesters and that there were few Bush supporters in attendance on the street.

A Concrete Symphony

"The white building with its different colors and designs, is kind of a pop art concept -- a wild juxtaposition of colors and purposeful imbalancing." Ron Reinoehl, PR Director for the Musical Arts Center Indianapolis Star Magazine, 1972

A Concrete Symphony

"The white building with its different colors and designs, is kind of a pop art concept -- a wild juxtaposition of colors and purposeful imbalancing." Ron Reinoehl, PR Director for the Musical Arts Center Indianapolis Star Magazine, 1972

From Fire to Farce

In the mid-1970s, the Royal Library of the Netherlands sent a delegation to the United States with a goal to witness "one of the five most distinguished libraries in the world." They were here to see the IU Main Library.

From Fire to Farce

In the mid-1970s, the Royal Library of the Netherlands sent a delegation to the United States with a goal to witness "one of the five most distinguished libraries in the world." They were here to see the IU Main Library.

Three-fold architecture

The chemistry building never stays the same. During its 70-year history, it has undergone two major changes. Each change has transformed the building into something entirely different.

Three-fold architecture

The chemistry building never stays the same. During its 70-year history, it has undergone two major changes. Each change has transformed the building into something entirely different.

Art within the angles

Herman B Wells had been thinking of a "cultural crossroads" at the heart of the IU campus since 1939, when he was first installed as its president. Here were two points -- the Union and the Library, with nothing between them. What Wells wanted was a space which students could pass through while moving between the two busiest points on campus. The University also needed a museum, as its collection of art was largely hidden in the vaults of what is now the Fine Arts Building.

Art within the angles

Herman B Wells had been thinking of a "cultural crossroads" at the heart of the IU campus since 1939, when he was first installed as its president. Here were two points -- the Union and the Library, with nothing between them. What Wells wanted was a space which students could pass through while moving between the two busiest points on campus. The University also needed a museum, as its collection of art was largely hidden in the vaults of what is now the Fine Arts Building.

Campus Foundations

There is a point to architecture. It is sturdy and strong. Amid the changing world, architecture remains. At IU we have lost Herman B Wells and most recently Bobby Knight. But one thing has not changed: our buildings. They're the same as they ever were.

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