ReUnion, Day 2

The first event wasn't until late afternoon on 5/19, so we wandered around Glen Eddy a bit early in the day. My parents have frogs and flowers outside of their door.
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There were two geese, along with other birds, in and around the Glen Eddy pond.
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The main Glen Eddy building has a turret.
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The second floor of the main building maintains the octagonal style.
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I don't recall seeing the pool room before. It even has a mosaic.
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We are here. Not in the sewer per se, but proof that we are in Niskayuna.
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We headed toward Union. Don't see many of these plates in STL.
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Union College, founded 1795.
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We parked in the northwest corner, and started walking. We encountered this — presumably it is art.
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I don't think the Yulman Theater existed when I went there.
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This should be one end of North College (dorms), but it advertises Wold House. One of the new Minerva housing thingies? Not sure.
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This might also be defined as art. Hard to tell.
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Jackson's Garden, one of the scenic spots on campus.
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The entry gate.
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Our first stop was the college center to pick up our registration materials.
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