Saturday, July 11, 2009

St. Thomas University, Fredericton, N.B. 2009

Proof that time does not stand still. The transformation of the St. Thomas University campus from the little University with four buildings that I attended in the early 70's to the large modern campus of today is almost unbelievable. They even managed to change the lay of the land. In the 1970's when you came out the front door of the main administration building, now named after Monsignor Martin, you faced a very steep U shaped drive and parking area. This is all gone now and the area in front of the building is a level park like are with no vehicular access. To the left of this area is Edmund Casey Hall in the 70's you went up at least ten steps to get to the front door which is now level with the walkway. Many huge new buildings have been added obviously at a cost of millions of dollars. A truly beautiful campus.

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