So they tore it down.
We managed to rescue the clock’s hands. That’s all that’s left. Plus our memories.
The clock tower is gone. But the spirit of the clock tower survives.
Here are some pictures that the Reb and I took today around campus and inside the new BSTIC building.
The A-quad: somebody told us that they put this slab of concrete "right on top of the bricks."
"So the bricks are OK," he said.
(Just a little humor mostly.)
• JOHN YOO STARS IN A MOST CIVILIZED DEBATE ON TORTURE: The big debate today at Chapman University. (Matt Coker gives us the blow-by-blow in OC Weekly.)Outdoor sculpture invitational
• Bush lawyer defends waterboarding in local debate: John Yoo, whose memos justified controversial interrogation tactics, defends the practices during a Chapman University debate. (Martin Wisckol in the Reg.)