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City from out on Lake Michigan



Navy Pier from the exit off the freeway



The Ba'hai Temple in Willmette (the only one in North America!)



Entrance way to the Quad, where Willard Hall is (for you non-NU friends, it's the dorm where I lived most of the time I was at NU.)



Willard's front door



Stairs in the sorority quads where I fell a bunch of times while trying to ride my bike down...



The Arch



University Hall



The Rock



Princess Diana Rock



Annie May Swift Hall



Norris Center from coming up the hill



View from the door or Norris toward the library



View over the side of the bridge at the entrance to the Lakefill... this is now framed and hanging in the master bathroom, I love it so much.



Lakefill shore line



The rock of Chani and I...



Fisk Hall



Fisk Hall cornerstone



Ryan Field  Dyche Stadium



Dyche Stadium interior



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rockysmomma
Aug. 31st, 2007 06:23 pm (UTC)
That is so neat. So what is the significance of the painted rock? You guys have a Princess Diana rock?

purplejuli
Sep. 4th, 2007 03:44 pm (UTC)
The giant painted rock is like a NU tradition. Student groups paint it to advertise events and stuff like that.

The Princess Diana rock is a memorial. She came to our campus when I was a junior because we were opening a breast cancer wing at the affiliated hospital. She walked around the campus and shook a lot of hands. I remember being delighted that she wore a purple gown to the gala opening event thing. So anyway, yeah, it's a memorial.
rockysmomma
Sep. 4th, 2007 04:35 pm (UTC)
That is really cool. I like hearing about school traditions and stuff like that. :)
sweetjezebel
Sep. 2nd, 2007 09:56 am (UTC)
Very cool! A friend of mine works at Navy Pier (I think that's what she said) and everytime I hear the name I can only think of Old Navy! :)

That pic over the bridge you have in your bathroom is really amazing!
purplejuli
Sep. 4th, 2007 03:45 pm (UTC)
I thought the same thing when I first moved out there!!!

Thanks, I was rather impressed with myself too, with that photo.
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