We believe this photo to be from spring of 1978, taken on the path that leads to the Environmental Sciences (ES) and Laboratory Sciences (LS) buildings. Can you identify who the figure on the bike is or any other information? Please share your memories as they relate to this photo.
This aerial photo of the original apartments is dated circa 1975. Can you provide any more information? Please share your memories as they relate to this photo.
We believe this photo to be from 1979, taken in the entryway of one of the original apartments. Can you provide any more information? Please share your memories as they relate to this photo.
This is perhaps one of the more unusual photos in our collection. A student plays pinball with a robot? There’s a foosball table and maybe some other arcade games in the background. If you can share any information about where and when this photo was taken or some explanation of the robot, we’d certainly love to hear about it.
In this photo A female diver was captured rotating in mid-air, poised to complete a flip before diving into the water. This photo was taken from the platform of the University swimming and diving pool (named the Peter F. Dorschel Natatorium in October 2005) inside the Phoenix Sports Center opened in 1976 (renovated and re-opened as the Kress Events Center in September 2007). Do you know who this diver is or when this photo was taken? Please share any information or memories below.
Two students sit on the lawn under a shade tree producing artwork. One uses a clay tool to create impressions in the soft coils of a ceramic piece. The other sits with large sheets of two-dimensional artwork. Behind them, a dog chained to the tree is barely noticeable. A hand holding a lit cigarette is visible on the bottom right. This scene is set beside a road with a concrete structure in the background. Can you identify when and where this photo was taken or who is in it? Please share your comments and memories below.
This is a photo a female student sitting in in the famous people pockets of Wood Hall (opened in 1974, then known as the Socio-Ecology Building or SE.) Do you know who this woman is? If you have any information or inspiring memories to share about this photo, please post them using the field below.