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    Greg WimpeyOct 17, 2012 at 1:05 am

    From the time I was a student (class of 1991, a long time ago now), I’ve been interested in the history of the Trinity campus. I happened to be on campus for the first time in a decade last weekend, and I stumbled across this exhibit on the second floor of the Coates Center. I thought it was well done, and I congratulate the students involved. Since Trinity has moved 3 times in its history, the campus has always been dynamic. Just since my graduation, old Northrup, Moody, and Cobb-Racey are gone, the Miller fountain has moved, and the Center for Science and Innovation is rising. It’s good to remind everyone that the campus does have a history, even if it does not go back as far as a place like Harvard or Oxford. In particular, the beautiful campus plan developed by O’Neill Ford is a treasure of the university that should always be taken into account when looking at new construction.

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    Don DimickOct 8, 2012 at 11:52 pm

    Wow just got to see that photo and read the article! really great work should see if you could do a whole series!

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Portals to the past: a history of Trinity in photography