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New West Campus Gateway Signage

Posted November 17, 1999



A new cast granite and bronze metal University of California sign will greet visitors at the west entry to campus on Cal Day, April 15, 2000. The $250,000 project, a gift of the Class of 1953, will consist of the lighted sign, as well as landscaping along a wooded path on the opposite corner. The landscaped area, above the banks of the south fork of Strawberry Creek, will include boulders for use as seats, and native plantings. Campus Landscape Architect Jim Horner, who is managing the project, hopes that another class will sponsor a mirror image sign at the north end of the Crescent, where it intersects with University Avenue.




November 17 - 23, 1999 (Volume 28, Number 15)
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