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The Campus Now 1 IU has known for the beauty of its verdant campus a Verdant green in tint or color 2 Campus consist of limestone buildings elds curving paths and roads and water Jordan River 3 1991 Thomas Gaines described in his book The Campus as a Work ofArt that Indiana39s campus was ranked in the Top 5 colleges a quothandled its building design its urban organization and its outdoor work in such a way that there is a sustained visual achievementquot 4 Campus is approximately 1900 acres in the NE quadrant of Bloomington a 2013 student population was 46 817 city population was 75000 i Bloomington has become a cultural hub in the Midwest for its wealth of arts entertainment outdoor recreation local heritage and commitment to environmental quality and sustainability Why Dunn Woods 1 1883 lightening caused a re to destroy the two main buildings on the rst campus of lU one being Science Hall a The Trustees moved campus from Seminary Square now the local Kroger off 2nCI street to a 10 acre site establishing the present day site of lU i Additional reasons for move 1 Overcrowding 2 Monon railroad caused noise and soot 3 Fire 2 Paid a total of 6000 for the 20acre plot from the Dunn family to restart the university The Original Campus 1 Timeline a 1816 Indiana39s statehood is established b 1820 charter for the seminary school was granted c 1825 classes were started at the Seminary School i 10 males students and 1 professor d 1828 Indiana College name changed i Andrew Wylie was elected the 1St president of the college ii He also taught courses at the school e 1835 President39s House was built f 1836 College Hall was built as the rst building on campus later destroyed in the re g 1838 Indiana University was renamed to its current name h 1855 New College Hall was built on the quotnewquotcurrent campus location 2 Old Crescent a Wylie Hall and Owen Hall were the primary two buildings of the Old Crescent in 1884 They were at right angles to each other and both faced the woods Dunn Woods making a quadrangle which more buildings were placed around b Old Crescent now consists of Student Building Franklin Hall formerly the Library and Swain East Hall formerly the Biology Hall i Around WWII the buildings were considered quotOLDquot 3 Campus Threshold aka Sample Gates a It is a relatively new tradition b Students initiated an effort to establish an entry way in the late century i It took 88 years to build c The classes of 1899 1900 1901 and 1902 created the quotArch Fundquot to build a campus gate at Kirkwood and Indiana i Theodore Rose was already working on using the old Seminary campus portals to construct a gateway ii Therefore the Arch Fund went to buying chimes for the Student Building 1 However the narrow gothic portals were unsuitable and they ended up in Rose Well House 1908 iii 1921 Newell Sanders revived the gates 1 His 1932 neoclassical design clashed with the preferences of the campus architecture of Granger amp Bollenbacher 2 WITHDRAWN iv 1935 saw a short lived New Deal funds but went nowhere v 1961 Eggers and Higgins designed the Auditorium prosed to close Kirkwood at Indiana and build a grassy mall there vi The more traditional Gothic design by Beniamin H Longwon and was constructed in 1971 d 198039s the gates were critiqued for quotwasteful alumni spendingquot e Therefore the Eggers and Higgins design was selected and built in 1987 4 Many IU additions such as the Showalter Fountain and the Sample Gates were highly controversial before settling in to the tradition and culture of IU a Each work of art such as the piano statute Herman B Wells special benches etc are now character staples to campus 5 Showalter Fountain a Depicts mythical birth of Venus controversy around the naked form in 1976 and 1987 after the IU National Championship Basketball titles the sh were stolen from the fountain i There is a rumor that one of the stolen shes remained in Bobby Knight39s of ce since he was red in 2000 Over the River 1 Dunn39s Woods and the Jordan River are the centerpieces of the quotnatural landscapequot a 1962 Wells praised the serenity of the socialecological system of nature and unnatural human activity 2 Spanker39s Branch was the former name of the Jordan River a 1891 renamed David StarrJordan 7th president of IU biology teacher 3 Jordan River does not remain on campus It crosses campus then leads to a underground spring and storm runoff river then runs above ground to westward Indiana Avenue where it goes under the arti cial subterranean storm drain resurfaces in Clear Creek south of 1St street 4 1922 tired of having to jump over the Jordan River to go to class a Petitioned to build a bridge i There have been several bridges retaining walls and walkways to make it safer and more accessible b There has been erosion pollution etc c 2009 IU campus quotMaster Planquot calls for the campus to embrace the jordan River i Enhance water quality minimize erosion plant native vegetation and trees 5 Frederick Law Olmsted codesigned NYC Central Park a Olmsted was heavily in uenced by English Landscape School i Reiected the straight lines and sharp angles of formal gardens such as Versailles ii 1896 quotThe treatment of the ground should be that of a landscape park and the buildings should take on an asymmetrical plan within groves of treesquot iii Harmonize well with IU s intention to offer a program of liberal education that emphasized independent thinking over rote repetition iv Maintaining the original character of the acreage v 2011 violent thunderstorms destroyed part of the woods invasive species Hoosier ora want to be planted because it39s a na ve 6 Genius loci pervading spirit of a place a The transfer of IU s campus site had a certain inde nable spirit i Distinctive dynamic of physical forms and psychosocial energies refracted through individual experience and community culture ii quota blend of enclosure and the unboundedquot is re ected in our word paradise Making IU Modern 1 William Lowe Bryan became IU s 10th president in 1903 a Rode his horse to work 2 During this time IU went from regional to a modern university a Walkways were paved main road into the entrance to the campus a telephone appeared in 1904 Dunn39s Woods was opened 3 Student population increased 500 4 Continued to add land and buildings a University Lake was added now the IU Golf Course b IU Medical School also began Growing Pains 1 IU had housing problems due to the overpopulation of campus after WWII a P PWF Master Plan Quonset huts for the Gl39s GI Bill of Rights offered war veterans free tuition fees and books Many began to commute by car to work and school 1907 the rst automobile arrived on campus Parking spaces already were a problem in the 19405 1 326 page Campus Master Plan ThrDQDO39QJ Coordinating physical change on the campus over the next 20 years Promote Bloomington39s natural features Preserve and reinvigorate the historic campus core Embrace the Jordan River Commit to a Walkable Campus Create Diverse Campus Neighborhoods 2 Two General Goals a b 3 2040 f Gutenberg Support academic excellence by promoting connectivity and communication across the campus Enhance campus character and quality by extending the model of the historic core of the campus outward Renovated Ballantine Hall is now the Science Building with a New Lab on the parking deck Wells Quad Memorial Goodbody Sycamore and Morrison Halls are now student housing IMU parking lot is the Campus Green Ernie Pyle Hall is the campus Visitor Center and lU Bookstore New academic building at 7th and Woodlawn with a sports plaza and underground parking 10th Street is now one way A Gutenberg Bible a b Rarity and historical signi cance of this particular copy of the Bible Valuable commodity in the market for rare books and manuscripts i Supply and demand among the museums libraries and wealthy individuals who trade in objects Lilly Library has 400000 rare books 100000 pieces of sheet music 7 million manuscripts The university is a quotstore of knowledgequot a permanently growing repository and record of what humans have thought believed known and debated a b Valuable because their ideas have moved people to action or inspired them to create and change the way they think Gutenberg allowed mass production of texts leading to availability and accessibility of information and ideas increased rapidly Ideas contained sacred text of Christianity were more accessible allowing people to make their own judgments taking away quotpowerquot form once very powerful people because of their hold on literature Hoagy Carmichael wrote quotStardustquot at the Book Nook on Indiana Ave F VI V a Book Nook a remarkably fertile cultural and political breeding place in the manner of the famous English coffee houses i The stimulating effects of coffee and discussingarguing among themselves in a civil manner debate on reason and evidence Fixity of the Text a Having multiple editions weeding out the errors quotUnionquot suggests a coming together to form a whole quotScrappingquot sophomores conduct st ghts with freshman frat members would battle independents and some losers would get an unwanted haircut a Rivalries fragmented the student body so thatJohn Whittenberger 1911 decided to do something to bring the campus together i Form a campus social organization b President William Lowe Bryan endorsed the idea and in 1909 approved the constitution of the new group quotUnion Boardquot i Moved into Student Building ii Whittenberger died within the year from typhoid fever Men s Union a Women would not become full participants until 1952 i Female undergraduates had earlier created the Women39s Leagues in 1895 In 1927 it became the Association of Women Students 1 Did dampen the rivalries fueled by the quotscrapsquot b quotWe shape our buildings and after our buildings shape usquot Churchill i The Union Board led to the expression of values and provide a place where democratic participation can happen ii 1932 the IMU was completed 1 Additions were made in 1939 1957 and 1960 IMU is made of limestone a Durable subtle variations of color texture and workability b Limestone was also a local decision c Most European colleges are cloistered but American campuses are open and accessible i Inclusive and welcoming Hearths a No fewer than nine replaces are in the IMU i The quotliving roomquot of campus ii Student lounges Most of the planning and programming of the IMU was done by students a Most of the IMU is dedicated to Student Organizations b The IMU created jobs for stone carvers i Lux et Veritas Light and Truth Special room at the top of IMU hotel a Special visitors include Mikhail Gorbachev Dalai Lama and the IU trustees i Arthur Metz has made many generous donations to lU it is called the Metz Suite Now a b C d e 1 J 1825 1 He intended it to be a private apartment where he would live after retiring ii Metz is one of the greatest benefactors of IU Laurne K Robel was named provost and executive vice president for IU Directly reports to McRobbie a She has been serving as a faculty on the Maurer School of Law i Served as a dean from 20032011 ii Nationally recognized leader in legal education and former president of the Association of American Law Schools Herman B Wells died in 2000 Service Learning students provide service in their community that is directly connected to their academic coursework and in turn the community provides an educational experience for students a Apply the knowledge and skills they are learning in the classroom and applying them in real life b Aims to bene t students39 experience Drinking is not permitted on campus a Binge drinking is having 5 or more drinks in a row in a man or 4 for a woman i Greek members spend 200 million more on alcohol than other students b IU and nationally binge drinking is increasing IU has 332 degree programs a 110 Baccalaureate b 105 masters c 83 doctoral 6 million items in the library NealMarshall Center Black cultural center a Rededicated in 2000 after an extensive interior b Renovations on student living have been frequent Simon Hall had a 55 million has become a new science hall a Structural biology biochemistry biophysics nanbiologynanofabrication biocomplexity microbial biochemistry and molecular virology b Lab of the Year 2008 18th President McRobbie Native of Australia Loves history Has 6 children apem January 20 1820 legislation established a quotstate seminaryquot in Indiana a Seminary Building was rst building on campus b About the size of an average 4 to 5 bedroom house c Doubled in size when the 1St College d Tuition was 10 per year VI i Underclassman plaid 15 ii Very cheap compared to East Coast schools Two Five Month session they were not termed semesters yet a December 1 and June 1 were the starting dates b Fixed curriculum c Classical curriculum of Greek and Latin i Basis for the learned occupations such as law medicine and the ministry ii Sprinkling of modern subjects such as astronomy chemistry math and English as well as moral and mental philosophy and political economy 1 Hebrew was offered on an optional basis d 1830 was the rst quotgraduatingquot class William McKee Dunn a From Crawfordsville IN b Studied at IU at 11 i Went on to teach at Hanover Baynard Rush Hall a First teacher at the Seminary b Presbyterian minister c quotthe very rst man since the creation of the world that read Greek in the New Purchasequot i Sole 200 per year d Taught six hours a day John M Harney a Recent graduate of Miami University i 250 ii Taught mathematics pure and applied and natural sciences Andrew Wylie a 1835 rst president b Came from eastern PA c House re ected the social status of Wylie as a president of a struggling college and minister of a local church d Loco parent5 i Assumed responsibility for moral training as well as intellectual development of the student ii quotThe mode of government which I intend imperfectly to sketch in the sequel of this discourse may be denominated the 39paternal as being analogous to that which every wise and affectionate father exercises over his children and which is the nearest image of that moral and providential government which the great God our Heavenly Father exercise over us his intelligent offspringquot
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