Glad I can finally go in this building for the first time. I can't believe I'm going to be a Senior and I've never been in the building or touched Lincoln's nose.Abe made it back into Lincoln Hall! (Pic from this afternoon.)
I might should go take another without the shadow, but I do like that the lighting in there is much better than it was.
CHAMPAIGN — For 12 hours on Thursday, workers poured, smoothed and worked the concrete that will become a 4,100-foot segment of a street that officials hope will spur the continued development of the University of Illinois Research Park.
Stark Excavating dumped about 24 truckloads of concrete per hour into the bed for a new section of South Fourth Street between St. Mary's and Windsor roads. For the city, it was the biggest concrete pour since a massive reconstruction of Curtis Road.
I have a class in Lincoln and it is a fantastic building. They really did a great job of preserving the "old" feeling while making it state of the art. It's become the building that I hope I can have as many classes as possible in.Here's some photos of the renovated Lincol Hall auditorium... http://www.news-gazette.com/multimedia/photogallery/2012-08-27/renovated-lincoln-hall-auditorium