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Spring 2020 Week 17

Update | Tuesday, April 28, 2020


Cleveland Avenue construction

Cleveland Avenue

The unsightly utility lines on Cleveland Avenue have been replaced with underground lines in front of Mitchell Hall. The removal was part of the Cleveland Avenue Streetscape project in the city. Once it reopens, visitors in the Event Center, and diners at Degrees restaurant, will have an unobstructed view of the downtown skyline. In addition, when the road work is complete, the wires holding the temporary traffic signals above will be removed.  

Campus in bloom

Photo of campus flowers in bloom

The blooms outside the Libary/Columbus Hall are among the flowers providing a sense of spring.

Empty parking lots

Photo of empty parking lot

Although Spring Semester is in session, the parking lots make it look as if the College is on a break between semesters.

Nesting on campus

Photo of bird nesting

In the spring of 2019, a Canadian Goose nested next to the rear entrance to Franklin Hall. Her eggs hatched on May 2 then found a new home off campus. This year, above, a goose has nested next to Franklin Hall, on the side facing Aquinas Hall.



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