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Hayward Ave Construction/Completion + More! (AA)

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Wow! Another Ann Arbor update within a week of the other! I won't get too excited since U of M will probably dump a whole bunch of work on me next week. Anyway, I'll keep them coming when I have the time. I took these photos this Tuesday up on North Campus.... I know.. cringe. But we got some new buildings up there too and you'll find them surprisingly nice. Most of these buildings are located on Hayward Ave. I've tossed in a few extras pics for fun. Architecture enthusiasts will enjoy my feature structure today, the computer science building. I was really impressed with the interior. Anyway, enjoy!

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Arthur Miller/Walgreen Drama Center

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Render/Beer Pong Table

It's amazing how these signs turn up at parties.

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Welders

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Some strange corridor between the two buildings.

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New CS building beyond the auditorium.

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Lurie Tower. North Campus students got jealous of the tower on Central Campus, so the university built this second tower.

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Hill on Hayward. I shall dedicate this photo to my friend Collin Hayward representin' Baltimore and taking classes on this lame part of campus.

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Another shot down the street with our trademark street lights.

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Back entrance to Computer Science Building.

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When I walked in, I was really surprised to discover how cool this building was.

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Dang that's mad cool atrium

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Class in now in session.

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Or naptime.

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You'll see a lot more pictures of this.

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Factory skylight.

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A hall

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Told you so.

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New classroom/seminar room

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The brackets on the overhangs match the railings inside.

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But the glass needs some extra support in the center.

More to come, but someone needs to post since I met the 20 image limit/per post.

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That new comp sci building is SOOOOOOO much better than the EECS building that I had to put up with (though the EECS building looks like there are a ton of windows, classrooms, labs, etc. had no windows) while I was there.

I'm jealous!

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I like that staircase! It looks very similar to some designs I saw in this book about staircases.

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