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Front cover: The Bush Campus Center, built in 1993, was once the site of W.D. Crooks and Sons, which crafted high-quality doors that were used in some of the nation’s most prestigious buildings, including the White House and U.S. Capitol.See more campus history →.
Inside front cover: Sunlight streams through the atrium in the Roger & Peggy Madigan Library, opened in 2006 near the campus entrance.
Back cover: One hundred years’ worth of personal moments – between instructor and student, or between classmates r roommates – have shaped the character of today’s Pennsylvania College of Technology. In celebration of the college’s Centennial, One College Avenue will publish a list of “100 Moments in College History.” So tell us – great or small – what moment will you always remember? Email firstname.lastname@example.org. For consideration, send your response by May 19.
Letters to the editor
Eager Beaver Remembered
I read the story about the Eager Beaver B-17 in the Fall 2013 issue of One College Avenue.
It never told what happened to the plane. Well it was scrapped in 1947 and sold to a junk man named Joe Brickman, and I helped to take it apart. I also took the pictures enclosed (above).
Carl F. McDaniel, '47