From Alverno Magazine, Winter 2007, this photo includes the new sculpture, "Soaring" by Arizona artist Lyle London which was placed in the Reiman Plaza outside of the Teaching, Learning and Technology Center as a part of the campus beautification project.
(Photo by Lyle London)
From the Winter 2007 issue of Alverno Magazine, p. 3.
From the Winter 2007 issue of Alverno Magazine, p. 5.
On October 7, 2006 during a special grounds dedication ceremony, the Alverno community thanked trustee, Roy Reiman and his wife Bobbi for their generous gift through the Reiman Foundation which enabled the campus beautification project. The project included monumental signs to mark all major entrances and borders, major landscaping improvements, a new 500-car parking garage, a plaza outside the Rotunda building named for the Reimans, and NCAA-regulation softball and soccer fields.
Additionally, as part of the project, the college obtained new building signage and two buildings were renamed in honor of School Sisters of St. Francis who had an impact on campus. The former Alverno Elementary School building, most recently called "North Hall" and which houses Alverno Childcare Services, was renamed Elizabeth Hall in honor of Sr. Elizabeth Engel, a leader in the School of Education. The Nursing Building was renamed Christopher Hall in honor of Sr. Christopher Maguire, founder of the School of Nursing.
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