Monthly Archives: July 2012

Gizmo Patio Nears Completion

A worker demolishes the east steps of the Gizmo patio as placing of concrete pavers resumes on Tuesday, July 10. Workers are back on track with the resurfacing of the Gizmo patio. The temporary delay due to a shortage of the … Continue reading

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Look Out of Any Window…

Workers remove window glass in Old Main. Photo by John Williams Window glass at Old Main was removed this summer so trim can be painted. The large, arched windows were designed by architect Charles Ulricson to make the building a … Continue reading

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Windows, Windows, Windows

Above: Junior Michael O’Connell removes a window from the second floor of GDH as a crew of two Knox students clean windows around campus on Thursday, July 5.  This summer a lot of windows are being cleaned and painted around campus. Every … Continue reading

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Work Begins on New Dining Services Cooler/Freezer

Workers begin opening the wall for a new cooler/freezer for Dining Services on the west side of Seymour Hall on Tuesday, July 3. On Tuesday morning two workers began opening the wall for a new cooler/freezer space for Dining Services. … Continue reading

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New Accessibility Ramp at Ingersoll House

Work crews today are installing a new accessibility ramp at Ingersoll House, the traditional home of Knox College’s president. The home, located on Prairie and Losey streets, was dedicated formally as Ingersoll House in 1999. At that time, 20 members … Continue reading

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