Locust Walk Talk: I Remember When it was the Palladium

Author: Casey Ryan, C’95

Happy New Year, folks.

While I’m working on my resolutions to be more productive, to be more efficient, to response to phone calls and e-mail more timely, to manage my time better, to invest in more career development activities and to drink 64 ounces of water daily, I wanted to share with you some photos of the newly-revealed Arts, Research and Culture House (ARCH) from its 18-month renovation.  Locust Walk and 36th Street had been shrouded in fencing until this week.

I remember when the building housed the Palladium and the Christian Association. Now, after its renovations, it will be able to serve more of our students.

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The Corner of Locust Walk and 36.

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The Entrance to the Cultural Centers

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Trying to sneak a peak in

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Awww…. Palladium

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A nice job on the windows

Come back from Alumni Weekend and you see the improvements for yourself.

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2 Comments

Filed under Alumni Perspective, Campus Life, Casey R., Locust Walk Talk

2 responses to “Locust Walk Talk: I Remember When it was the Palladium

  1. Thank you Casey for the ARCH photos and comments. How nice to have all that “stuff” gone!
    Howard

  2. Patrick Pogue

    Oh how many great nights we had in that building when it was Palladium. Thank you for posting the photos. It will always be the Palladium to me!

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