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Monday, September 19, 2016

Touring the State University of New York at Oswego

A few of us are touring
SUNY Oswego today.

Sheldon Hall, built in 1913,
continues as the center of
campus life.

SUNY Oswego experienced tremendous growth during the 1960s.  Poured concrete, utilitarian buildings represent this era's architecture.

Penfield Hall houses the
Library & WRVO Studio.

Tyler Hall houses the
college's arts programs.

I admire the sculptures at
 SUNY Oswego.

The other side of the 
red spiked sculpture.

Innovation, opened in 2013, is
the college's newest building.

This sculpture reminds
me of an ocean wave.

Maybe it's a depiction of
the waves that build up
on Lake Ontario.

was built in 1932.

Mark Hardy, the Technology Department Chair is waiting to give a tour of his department.

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