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Purdue Memorial Union 'Reflecting Pool' circa 1960. Removed in 2004, the space is now a lawn area with grass, plants, etc.

Purdue Memorial Union 'Reflecting Pool' circa 1960. Removed in 2004, the space is now a lawn area with grass, plants, etc.

Honors College and Residences - dedicated 9/9/16 (photo via Purdue University/Mark Simons)

Honors College and Residences - dedicated 9/9/16 (photo via Purdue University/Mark Simons)

Felix Haas Hall - Memorial Gymnasium (photo via: http://mrsmith18.tumblr.com/)

Felix Haas Hall - Memorial Gymnasium (photo via: http://mrsmith18.tumblr.com/)

Rank 50. Purdue University, US.  About: Purdue University, located in West Lafayette, Indiana, is the flagship university of the six-campus Purdue University system. Purdue was founded on May 6, 1869

Rank 50. Purdue University, US. About: Purdue University, located in West Lafayette, Indiana, is the flagship university of the six-campus Purdue University system. Purdue was founded on May 6, 1869

Lyles-Porter Hall is the new home of the Department of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences, the Indiana University School of Medicine – Lafayette, and other health programs. Dedication 9/26/14. The facility is located on the northwest corner of South University Street and Harrison Street in the Life and Health Sciences Park area. (photo via Purdue University/Steven Yang)

Lyles-Porter Hall is the new home of the Department of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences, the Indiana University School of Medicine – Lafayette, and other health programs. Dedication 9/26/14. The facility is located on the northwest corner of South University Street and Harrison Street in the Life and Health Sciences Park area. (photo via Purdue University/Steven Yang)

Steel Sculpture next to Hampton Hall of Civil Engineering

Steel Sculpture next to Hampton Hall of Civil Engineering

Ladies Hall -- 1871-1927 -- one of the first major University buildings to disappear from campus.

Ladies Hall -- 1871-1927 -- one of the first major University buildings to disappear from campus.

Lion Head Fountain - The Class of 1903 donated the "Lions Fountain" Memorial to the university as a drinking fountain. It was completed in the fall of 1904. The fountain was turned off and the drains plugged when the statue was relocated for the construction of Stanley Coulter Annex sometime between 1923 and 1931; it remained non-functional for many years. Water connections to the fountain were restored in 2001 through the fundraising efforts of the Purdue Reamer Club.

Lion Head Fountain - The Class of 1903 donated the "Lions Fountain" Memorial to the university as a drinking fountain. It was completed in the fall of 1904. The fountain was turned off and the drains plugged when the statue was relocated for the construction of Stanley Coulter Annex sometime between 1923 and 1931; it remained non-functional for many years. Water connections to the fountain were restored in 2001 through the fundraising efforts of the Purdue Reamer Club.

One of this recruiter’s FAVORITE buildings -- University Hall – building began in 1871 (dedicated in 1877) and is the only building remaining of the original six-building campus. John Purdue grave is directly east. Picture view from BRNG Hall.

One of this recruiter’s FAVORITE buildings -- University Hall – building began in 1871 (dedicated in 1877) and is the only building remaining of the original six-building campus. John Purdue grave is directly east. Picture view from BRNG Hall.

Even our construction has Purdue Pride...Boiler Up!

Even our construction has Purdue Pride...Boiler Up!