Post Office Use, New Home for Police, Culinary Scholarships
Post Office Use, New Home for Police, Culinary Scholarships
Post Office provides guide to services; Police and Public Safety get new home; culinary students win scholarships; and more
A large brown metal sculpture that looks like three backward letter J’s of different sizes sits on a slant in the grass, with trees and a large building with lots of glass doors behind it.
A Lasting Transition
In the early 1980s, three IUP students—Cynthia Bingham, Michael Hertrick, and Suzanne Pequignot—collaborated on a sculpture design and set out to find donors of material, time, labor, and equipment to help fabricate their work and display it on campus. When the piece, titled Transition, was dedicated along Grant Street in October 1983, Art Department chair Joanne Lovette said it served as “incentive to IUP students that their dreams could become reality.” Forty years later, the sculpture still stands on campus, now across 11th Street from Memorial Field House.
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