Monthly Archives: March 2017

Friday Bonus: Every Friday From Now On!

Spotted over in Duncan Hall. I think they’re serious this time.

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Friday Follies: Who’s the hottie in the middle??

Real tough guys in their beanies: Thanks to Quin McWhirter, ’62.

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The Machine Shop in Space Science

I’m having an incredibly busy week, with things happening so fast I can hardly keep up. I mentioned on Monday that I’d been over in Space Science and today is the first time I’ve had a minute to show you … Continue reading

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A Bullet Narrowly Dodged, 1968

Ye gods. Someone called my attention to this earlier this week and I’m still not over the shock. I’d never heard even a whisper of it before. I’ve been on the edge of tears three or four times over the … Continue reading

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Scavenger Hunt, 2017

Any day you get to tag along with Richard Stearman, Construction Services Manager for FE&P, is a fun day but today I got to tag along with him for the Arch 316/516 HVAC Photo Scavenger Hunt! This is an exercise … Continue reading

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Surveyors in the Engineering Quad: 2017, 1984, and 1913

It was my first day back from spring break today and it was a wild one. I started the day with a meeting about a door handle (this is true and there were a lot of people in attendance) and … Continue reading

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Daytona Beach, 1929

As far as I know the only thing these have to do with Rice is that we found them tucked inside an old Campanile: The first picture was taken on March 11, 1929, the second on March 13. The wreck … Continue reading

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