You've mistaken that banana for a telephone!
a handy English phrase in a Japanese textbook
This is Beneficence, aka 'Benny' at the north end of the Ball State campus. Legend has it when a virgin walks by, Benny flaps his wings.
This used to be one of my favorite pizza places, The Flying Tomato. Purdue had a similar store, Garcia's Pizza Palace. Pizza by the slice, and YUMMY breadsticks! We also loved the multi-layered interior, with an arcade at the top.
The Ball Tower, added sometime in the past decade.
Lafollett Complex, Woody/Shales Hall
(Shales (men) floors 1-4; Woody (women), floors 5-8)
Fourth window from the right (shades closed) was room 808, where bff E and I lived from 1987-1989. The room to the right, #806, is where I lived Spring Quarter 1987, before E joined me.
Another shot of Lafollet Complex. This isn't Woody/Shales; it's the opposite side. Daughter wouldn't let me go around to the front again.
North Quad, where the majority of my Social Work classes were held.
Student Union. The Indiana Academy presentation was held here. 'Benny' is right across the street.
And finally, here are some pictures of my 'bookshelf', which I display at my craft fair booth. Recognize any familiar titles?
Usually, there are two small boards on the bottom; however, one has been misplaced. I'm hoping to locate it before Nov 12th!