Bemis lawn with Bemis Laboratories to the right, home of the Hampton University Department of Architecture.
I almost forgot to show you my January 2013 visit to Hampton University. The semester starts earlier there than at most universities, so I had the chance to visit before returning to Dublin, and while HU classes were in session. That way I could see my students as well as other professors. I snapped some photos along the way of things that caught my eye….
Everything seemed the same, until I got to the main stair. I never expected to see a big photo of myself mounted in this prominent location!
I caught up with many of my former students. All these folks have travelled with me to Italy: Ed Glover, Alex Taylor, prof. Mason Andrews, and Sharlita Green.
Iroda Karimova said in earnest that she misses my crits! (!?!!??)
One of students garnered a donation of plotters from HP. Way to go!
This is the interior of the new student center…
…with its grande central stair wrapped by a third-floor track for running.
Our campus has such rich history — architecturally, socially, and culturally.
I wandered around campus delivering Christmas presents. Here’s our lovely Trustee House.
Visiting Trinity College’s campus is a highlight of any trip to Dublin. I’ve neglected to show you pictures of this awe-inspiring place. But it’s never too late to make amends….
The main entry to Trinity, as seen at sunset. (Copyright Shannon Chance, 2012.)
Trinity College’s most formal courtyard. (Copyright Shannon Chance, 2012.)
Trinity’s monumental bell tower. (Copyright Shannon Chance, 2012.)
I love the cobblestone paving. It shimmers in the moon light. (Copyright Shannon Chance, 2012.)
Incidentally, you can see more images and read about Trinity at the Sacred Destinations website.