The HUB: Hetzel Union Building. Radically changed since I was a student . Many times larger.
Formerly the president's house, it is now the alumni center. The president was moved off campus. Good thing.
The back of Pattee Library, the main library on campus. This and the next one were taken on a Saturday night. Thus, it is almost empty.
Whitmore Lab. Organic Chemistry. My second favorite course.
A new view. The walk was a road in an earlier incarnation. Took this from a bridge connecting two life sciences buildings. Much improved.
The lobby of the Natatorium: Three indoor pools and a huge outdoor one with diving towers.
I lived in the third room from the left one floor from the top as a sophomore. My roommate Chris and I had a great time. The sorrow in the photo is that my first funeral eleven months after ordination was for Chris.
The Skellar. If you know the place no explanation is necessary, if not no explanation will capture the meaning of the words: The Skellar and A Box of Rocks.
We did not have light beer when I was a student.
The new Creamery. Penn State has some of the world's best ice-cream.
Pumpkins on display at the rather new (under ten years) arboretum. It will be magnificent in a cople of decades.
This replaces the infamous Parking Lot 80 in part.
The pergola (not in these photos) is already booked for weddings into the next century.
Getting a little arty.
+Fr. Jack SJ, MD