Thursday, October 8, 2009
Moody Learning Center, seen here Wednesday, Sept. 30, features rebar enforced concrete walls that were built to withstand the weight of books. The building also served as a bomb shelter for the city during the Cold War.
Faculty participate in a game to build team-work and cooperation.
Below the bridge between McCreless and McAllister are covered up doors that lead to caves. Because of the relative dryness, the caverns were rented to the city to store official records.
The fault line along the Edwards Plateau accounts for the higher elevation of McAllister seen here Wednesday, Sept. 30.
The northeast gate of the Koehler house. The Koehler house is full of historical unknowns. Immigrating to the United States from Germany in 1872, Otto Koehler built his house in 1901 with an unobstructed view of the city and his City Brewery, now Pearly Brewery, where "he could determine whether his employees were hard at work by the color of the smoke issuing from the brewery's stacks," according to the Koehler Cultural Center Web page
Construction on Nail Technical Center.
The Francis R. Scobee Planetarium Wednesday, Sept. 30. The planetarium features a new Digistar 3 HD projector and D&G Optical telescope that can automatically position itself to over 17,000 objects stored in its computer database. Weather permitting, the telescope is open for viewing at 9:45 p.m., after the final planetarium program Friday night.
Moody Learning Center glows at sunset
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