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click here to see the "BOSS" Bruce Springsteen who was an opening act back in '73!
click here to see a typical full house at Kendell Hall concerts.
click here to see that someone that had a bits-to-much to drink before the Kendell hall concert (photo TX at 1200 ASA @1.4 w/50mm Pentax)
click here for the foggy walk in the evening past the old dorms.
click here "Football been berry-berry go to me" (needed a stock Football photo, I felt creative)
click here for the not so typical shot "they" wanted for the clock tower (Tri-X - w/500mm mirror lens)
click here for Duke Ellington, the other "BOSS" that appeared at TSC.
click here to remember the constant construction in front of Wolf/Travers towers.
click here to see my perception of the row of construction trailers in front of Green Hall and the lake. At this point this area was a swamp.
click here to see how I felt about weekend life on campus for "us" that stayed the weekends. (TX w/28mm@ 2.8 and 1/15 sec handheld)
click here for Green Hall, all light up at night. No money for parking but they added these lights.
click here to see the TSC, the school that never closed. Ah, does that mean we have to show up for class too?
click here to see our construction workers view of work while at TSC.
click here for the "Famous" TSC Panty Raids. This is the side of Decker, the "girl's" dorm. Caution children, you may find your wonderful parents participating! (Tx at 6400ASA, 50mm @1.4 at 1/4 sec, no tripod here kiddies. You had to keep moving)
click here for evidence of what you get from ladies at the windows. Ah yes, the Higher Education your parents paid an astounding $300 a semester.
click here to see the beautiful view of the library (after the construction crew got to it)
click here to see how TSC solved the problem of items missing/people misusing the Chapel (I needed a Signal pix to show the "solution". Lock the doors of worship). Actually this was a photo of the outside doors to one of the classroom buildings. Nice fire hazard!
click here to see the favorite TSC summer spot. Actually it was taken at Sea Side Heights at night. (Tx w/50mm @1.4 and 1/15 sec. I had steady hands in those days)
click here for my idea of the administrators at the time. It's from the 2nd floor of the building facing Green Hall. All their ducks, lined up in a row.
click here to see my picture that was the cover of the TSC technology department booklet. I needed a neat shot of the campus, it was about 2 degrees out that night, I froze to death shooting multiple time exposures. Note the WATER TOWER! Does that bring back fond memories to you former Greeks?
click here to see my night stuff. As you my be able to tell, I liked dark despairing pictures. This is of a student walking the glass lined halls. (TX 2400ASA with 50mm @1.4 1/15 sec)
click here for more nights at TSC. This is the walkway behind the old bookstore (temp buildings) to Wolf/Travers. Can you say boo! (Tx w/50mm @1.4 at 1/2 sec)
click here to see what else it did during the '72 to '74 years - RAIN!. Constantly almost every day I thought.
click here to see some wonderful student that was so impressed with the John Lee Hooker concert she came up on stage to dance. She enticed the security guards behind the curtains to "come and get me". What is she doing 30+ years later?
click here and see if the car fits the person!
click here to remember "being in class"
click here to remember what the usual weekend traffic was. Students moving out!
click here to check if you have the correct forms. Let's see, you saw your advisor, got it all signed and changed the "class day" 3 times due to the class being "CLOSED". You remember REGISTRATION! This was pre computers...
click here if you got your shots! I was too busy shooting shots of all those lined up for their Meningitis shots during the scare. Lots of shots in that sentence.
click here to remember Wolf Towers. On the right were the mailboxes and a student behind the frosted glass. Lots of memories of letter (hopefully with money enclosed) from mom asking me to call home for once.
click here: For all the communications majors. Yes, you once thought our B&W studio and 3" tape machines were a big deal?
click here for a double shot, evenings and rain! I told you it rained a lot.
click here: For all those that attended TSC for their Masters, you remember all those night classes? I did my evening classes at SHU. Glad I worked on campus, short drive!
click here for the evening sun shining through the trees by the small bridge between the lakes.
click here: Studying happens!
click here: Education Students: you can't forget the trip to Wapalanne. My most remembered moment, at one of the training exercises. Our group, myself and a bunch of female teachers, were suppose to swing across an imaginary pool of quicksand via a rope hanging in the middle. We were told to start. After 10 seconds, no one said a thing. I grabbed a thick branch I found on the ground, threw it and hit the rope. It swung back and I grabbed it. I had each person in my group swing over after I gave them a big push. I went last. In 5 min. we were across. The trainer said "we have to wait here for another 30 minutes. Most of the other groups couldn't figure out how to grab the rope and the time to accomplish the task was 35 min. . Those in other groups that did finally grab the rope couldn't all swing across". I thought to myself "and these are our leaders, they must have never played in the woods as kids!"
click here: To those that finally made it. Look Ma! I'm here somewhere.
click here for a final look at the old TSC (AKA - College of New Jersey) or sometime referred to as (Trenton - College of New Jersey)