One of the loveliest things about walking up Locust on a late Fall afternoon is that the sunsets are often quite beautiful. Since the western end of the city past campus is devoid of high rise buildings, it’s just an incredibly pleasant moment when you spot a breathtaking glimpse of the red sky, particularly as the leaves have fallen off the trees – and you just have a lot of sky to look at.
Is UTB going all mushy on you? Maybe. It’s that time of year. If you’re as lame as we are, and you stop to snap a photo sometime in the coming weeks, send it on over. If we’re feeling sentimental, or if we have nothing else to post, we’ll put it up.
Roommates studying in the Quad, 1968. Courtesy of University Archives.
In honor of tomorrow’s Hey Day celebrations, we bring you “Class Hey Day crowds, 1950.” Should it rain, I’d like one of those trench coats instead of the ugly t-shirts we’re supposed to wear.
Don’t worry ICA Intercom, we’re not that kind of blog. We respect you. (Whoever stole the “ON” – thank you so much.)
This new advertising campaign is really challenging the idea that Cream & Sugar is sketchy. It’s a proven fact that nothing attracts customers like the promise of an encounter with a carnivorous reptile!
It’s just like the saying goes: a spongebath a day keeps the pain of being treated like a urinal away, while also helping to control the odor and delay corrosion of the metal.
(Photo by Paul Richards)
We caught this tricked out ride cruising around campus yesterday. What were they saying through those megaphones? Was it, as we hope, some type of KaraokeMobile and IF SO, how can we schedule a ride around town/performance of “Don’t Speak”?
We’re curious. Help us out, guys.
(Photo by Thomas Jansen)
This picture comes to us via DP alum/C’06 Jonathan Tannenwald’s Twitter. You know how they say you can break the Compass curse…
Photo by Mustafa Al-ammar