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UC's latest example of signature architecture, the 350,000-square-foot Campus Recreation Center completed the MainStreet initiative.
The main entrance of the Lindner Center opens into a five-story atrium, which features a timeline of UC athletics and a history of UC.
McMicken Hall's tower symbolizes the aspirations of early UC architecture as it embodies tradition and inspiration.
The Campus Recreation Center is a multi-function facilitiy that helped make the campus a 24-hour-a-day environment
A vaulted copper roof and distinctive chimneys give the 175,000-square-foot Engineering Research Center a distinctive appearance.
In 1906, Herman Schneider became dean of the College of Engineering and implemented the world's first co-op program.
Corbett Center and Memorial Hall are centerpieces of the nationally ranked College-Conservatory of Music.
This aerial view of campus highlights McMicken Hall, University Pavilion, Tangeman University Center and Nippert Stadium.
Van Wormer Hall's 2008 restoration replaced the magnificent glass dome that had been removed in the 1930s.
The new Steger Student Life Center doubled the space previously available for student organization ofices.
Bearcat Plaza is MainStreet's triangular open space wedged by Tangeman University Center, Steger Student Life Center and Nippert Stadium.
The sculptural exterior of the Vontz Center for Molecular Studies belies its practical interior, nearly half of which comprise laboratories.
When the Tangeman University Center was reconstructed in 2005, its original clock tower was placed atop a skylight in a 90-foot atrium.
UC's MainStreet connects all the most frequently used campus facilities and services along one corridor.
The award-winning Aronoff Center for Design and Art is a long, inward-turning building sheathed with sherbert-colored panels.
Tangeman University Center, UC's student union, features a food court, a movie theater, a game room and the UC Bookstore.
The Steger Student Life Center, named for Joseph Steger, UC's 24th president, provides offices for student organizations and services.
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