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Ready to Go

This image of a pair of aviatrices was found in a 1941–42 student handbook. According to researcher Theresa McDevitt, flight training apparently took place on campus, and there was a club related to it. Readers with information about the photo and/or the training are invited to contact McDevitt, who is building a collection of interviews, or University Archivist Harrison Wick, Room 302, Stapleton Library; 724-357-3039 or hwick@iup.edu. McDevitt’s e-mail address is mcdevitt@iup.edu.

Ready to Go

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Dream Come True

Giant mixers stand ready for action in a culinary arts baking and pastry kitchen at the IUP Fairman Centre in downtown Punxsutawney. A ribbon cutting for the building, renovated through a public-private partnership that included a generous gift by the Fairman family, was held in September. Photo: Keith Boyer 

Dream Come True

Rising

Toward the southeast from the Eberly College building, the skeletal structure of the Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex looked like this in late summer. The Indiana County Fairgrounds and Indiana Regional Medical Center are at upper left. Photo: Keith Boyer

Rising

Lawrence Leaving, Scranton Scrapped

Little was left of the Governors Quad by midsummer. The three residence halls were demolished to make way for the Crimson Suites, which constitute Phase IV of the Residential Revival. This view is northwest from the Eberly College building. Davis Hall is at center, and the Suites on Maple are at right. Photo: Keith Boyer 

Lawrence Leaving, Scranton Scrapped

New Outlook

Roof of Suites on Maple West; background: Putt Hall, left, and Delaney Hall. The view is from the northeast corner of Maple and Eleventh streets, looking northeast. Photo: Keith Boyer

New Outlook