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Tuesday, December 7, 2010

ABC Wednesday: U for university








http://abcwednesdayround3.blogspot.com/

I spent almost all my adult life associated with universities. First as a student, then as a grad student's wife and finally a faculty wife. There was a time when I was living on the campus with people from all over the world. If you look at my photos and my visitors' book, you will see gatherings of a mini united nations.

When I was at the University of Windsor, my lecturer told me. "This is what a university is all about."

13 comments:

Dar said...

Having gone to a small tech school out of high school and then graduate courses at home, I envy the opportunities you had to be ' right on campus.' It was never an option for me. Have a wonderful, memorable day of your university days.
BlessYourHeart

George said...

As a former college teacher, I know the advantages of living at or near a university. You've picked a great choice for ABC Wednesday and your pictures are wonderful.

NatureFootstep said...

strange style for a building. But I like it. :)

NatureFootstep said...

almost forgot your question. :)

Yes, the trains are running, but not as relieable as it should. Lots of delays and trouble with the snow.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Perfect for ABC Wednesday, Ann.... I love going to university towns or cities... There are always so many cultures around --which makes life so interesting. Thanks for such beautiful photos, Ann.
Hugs,
Betsy

Windsmoke. said...

I completed State and High School and that was about it for me. I've been working ever since. Now i'm retired and loving it.

Ginny said...

Goodness, it almost looks more like a cathedral, very grandiose!!

Reader Wil said...

What a beautiful building! I wouldn't mind studying at this university! ours are always very old.

Al said...

That looks like a lovely campus. I look back fondly on my university days.

Lew said...

Beautiful campus and interesting clock tower!

If your teach here missed last Saturday's events, she can still participate - they are repeating the festivities for the next two Saturdays. And thanks for your comment on our Great grandson - he is not yet talking, but I expect he will learn "Poppaw" from the other grandkids (including his Mom).

Carver said...

That looks like an interesting university. Great take on the letter U.

EG Wow said...

Perfect post for U!

Kathy said...

I always love to see the beautiful architecture on university campuses all over the world.