Okidoki lo cambie. (Pero no fue necesario para GRITAR.)
I even saw "John Burnett Hall" listed on the official University of St Andrews website. When I mentioned to them that they had misspelled the name of the hall (and that it was named after a former professor of the university, of whom they should have records, and thus the ability to spell his name correctly), the eventual reply I received had an extensive round of cc's before the reply to me that said that they had figured out that someone could actually walk over to the hall and check, that this was done, and that - indeed - Burnet was spelled with only one 't', and that they would be changing the spelling on their website.
Lynn, feel free to use this photo in your master's dissertation. If you later wish to have a copy for publication, just let me know.
I'm growing up in muskegon so I go there sometimes. I went for the halloween stories. They have so many varieties of books. It's so exciting.
Thats where they have partys in the park. I go there every year. It's so much fun but they need to get better bands. Love the statue. Very historical. I don't know anyone who dosn't love that statue. To me it's like a statue of liberty on land! It's Awesome!
I took theater classes at the frauenthal. I also met "Santa" there a few years back. Thats one of the buildings I'll remember most. If they ever tore that building down, it would break my heart.
Labs and research faculty offices ARE still in CCRB.
This is a terrific Capitol Building axial view with the Madison Wisconsin Overture Center for the Performing Arts and shows the sign of the historic Opheum Theatre. The Photographer is standing on State Street at the intersection of W. Johnston & Henry streets & looking East toward the State Capitol Building. (It is near Dayton Street)
I worked washing pots and pans in the sorority house north of this spot and walked this alley many times in '64-66. Sometimes at night I would meet one of the girls sneaking out the back door and I would be waiting under the light in the photo.
Actually, the name of the hall is "John Burnet Hall" (on 't' not two). Check out: http://www.panoramio.com/photo/25179038
I was a student there for two years, and I don't recall it being so horrible... Not a fantastic experience, mind, but not horrible.