Monthly Archives: July 2016

McEwen Nears Completion

We’re moving back into McEwen Communications Building early next month, but here’s a sneak peak of the renovations. Just wait until you see all of the facility’s new glass, which opens up the main floor – and the second floor. The two most notable updates upstairs include renovations to McEwen 213, the second-floor conference room, and the repositioned 205 classroom. Goodbye, … Continue Reading

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Where the Sidewalk Begins

We couldn’t resist the play on words and subtle reference to Shel Silverstein’s amusing children’s book. While construction crews are hard at work indoors in Steers Pavilion, Schar Hall and McEwen Communications Building, bricklayers are also making progress on the many new sidewalks and pathways around campus. Here’s the new path leading from West Hall south toward Schar Hall. Here’s a look from … Continue Reading

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Taking It All In

Every once in awhile, you need to step back and take it all in. Thanks to Jaleh Hagigh, director of campaign communications and events, for capturing this mid-July photograph of Dwight C. Schar Hall’s progress. commexpansionMore Posts

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Daily Changes

For those who pass by the Schar Hall and Steer Pavilion construction sites on a daily basis, it’s possible to overlook the many changes going on each day. But today’s work definitely caught our attention. First, crews started window installation on Steers Pavilion, beginning on the north side facing Whitley Auditorium. For construction novices, we’ve long wondered when crews might add shingles … Continue Reading

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Citrone Plaza, McEwen Take Shape

With the ongoing progress of Dwight C. Schar Hall, Steers Pavilion, Snow Family Grand Atrium and McEwen Communications Building, it’s possible to overlook Citrone Plaza, which will soon merge the School of Communications’ new and existing facilities. Behind the blue fencing along Williamson Avenue, the plaza has started to take shape thanks to a team of bricklayers. The plaza will be an attractive entrance … Continue Reading

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