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  • Irwin Starr - '61,'63

    Would appreciate better identification of some of the (newer – for us old-timers) buildings. Especially the first pic high rise and the one accompanying the Hollywood economics of “Frozen.”

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    • Pat Cardiff - 1990

      Ah, that’s the Burton Tower isn’t it?

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    • Deborah Holdship

      Duly noted. The high-rise in the opening shot is the Lurie Tower on North Campus; the other building with the caption “Snow business” is the Stephen M. Ross School of Business.

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  • Kathleen Glezen - 1965

    Looking at these pictures reminded me of how cold it was walking to class from Mosher Hall for an 8 AM class. I preferred early classes but on days like this I wish I had stayed in bed. I especially remember crossing the lonely cold Diag for my LSA classes.

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  • Jerry Bilik - 1955

    Not Burton Tower (but a good guess), but the new carillon tower on the North Campus.

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    • Deborah Holdship

      Sorry, readers! Should have identified those buildings from the beginning! Yes — that is the Ann and Robert H. Lurie Tower, home to the Lurie Carillon on North Campus.

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  • WENCHE BORGNAKKE - 1980

    Great shots! Missing a button to make the photos larger, that is: Full Screen.
    Thanks much, Wenche

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  • Rick Stevens - 1968

    Very pretty pictures. Why can we only look at them ‘in miniature’?

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    • Deborah Holdship

      I am not quite sure what you mean by miniature. There are thumbnails for reference and full-sized iterations for viewing. I’m sorry there is no full-screen option. Will check to make sure everything is working OK.

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