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Sample of chapel side windows on display in Chaminade Hall chapel by Larry Burgess Dancing on Diwali near the Lennedy Union fountain by Larry Burgess Student using a spectrometer in chemistry lab by Larry Burgess Dancing in the Kennedy Union fountain by Larry Burgess Students walk by colorful leaves by Larry Burgess Grilling on the front porch of your house by Larry Burgess Book drive by Sigma Tau Delta in Central Mall by Larry Burgess Shroyer Park Center construction by Larry Burgess Rainy class change near Kettering Labs by Larry Burgess Visual arts studio student by Larry Burgess

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  • checking fire hydrant water purity at Brown and L Streets by Larry Burgess
  • snow covered window
  • 2013 reunion weekend porch party tent is assembled by Larry Burgess
  • A player from UNC Asheville warms up prior to the inaugural NCAA First Four game, held at UD Arena. The game set a record, making UD Arena the most popular host for NCAA tourney games. by Larry Burgess
  • Pumpkin patch by Christine Bates ’12
  • pins on a map
  • painting career services by Larry Burgess
  • Rec Kids Camp at RecPlex volleyball court by Stephanie Lefeld '13
  • flyer spirit store beat xavier sign and people by Larry Burgess
  • sandals of st. joseph statue in the snow by kl by Larry Burgess
  • st. joseph hall class change with chapel in the window by Larry Burgess
  • Restocking hat display at Flyer Spirit is Dave Piero by Larry Burgess
  • Summer Schneider, a senior biology major from Columbus, Ohio, spends the afternoon of Friday, July 12 studying chemistry and sunning in front of her house on Kiefaber Street. The weather was perfect, as the area had mostly clear skies and temperatures in the upper 70s.
  • portraits of UD presidents
  • fraternity bike-a-thon at ku by Larry Burgess
  • L-R: Fr. Francis Tandoh, Fr. Paul Marshal, &
Fr. Joshua Otusafo.