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Snapshots for June 2013

asphalt seal to campus parking lots by Larry Burgess brachiopod fossil in ku stone wall by Larry Burgess A yellow finch enjoys a quick lunch in a flowerbed near the front of Marycrest on Thursday, June 27. While the 82 degree, humid air and mostly cloudy skies have kept the pavers relatively quiet, the wildlife is still abuzz throughout campus. weeding flowers by reichard hall by Larry Burgess free records at music theater by Larry Burgess new furniture for art street by Larry Burgess painting in an artstreet studio by Larry Burgess outdoor volleyball at recplex by Larry Burgess Construction workers departed Founders Hall on Friday, June 21 after a solid week's work on renovations to the building. They'll start up again Monday morning. UD’s Environmental Health and Safety Department conducted the annual fire pump testing at the CPC. This is to ensure the building’s water pump has the pressure it needs to get water to the sprinklers.  Here, Darren Lyons of Simplex Grinnell, the assisting contractor, checks the readings on the pressure gauges as he observes the water flow during the test.

  • sprinkler
  • tailgate dinner
  • Barombi children
  • snow on ground
  • chapel
  • putting a star atop the tree
  • Immaculate Conception Chapel through fish-eye by Stephanie Lefeld '13
  • Chapel construction and setting out flowers by Larry Burgess
  • American Red Cross on campus by Stephanie Lefeld '13
  • On a blustery day in October, Rudy Flyer and an XU Musketeer battle it out in front of KU Plaza at the Red Scare table. The dramatic mascot scuffle spread excitement for the women's soccer and volleyball rivalry games this past weekend.
  • sheet sign on Stonemill
  • 100710crosses
  • 102110pumpkins
  • 010509artb
  • _MG_2162 copy
  • Landlady cleans window blinds by Larry Burgess
  • stocking the new pepsi coolers at ku by Larry Burgess
  • stockings hanging from 421 Alberta