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Last Week's Mystery Photo
Did you know that there is a time capsule buried on campus?
The Mystery Photo that appeared in the June 29 issue of UNotes shows the spot where former university President Stephen Joel Trachtenberg buried a time capsule in 1982. The site, located in front of the Computer Center, is marked by an engraving in the sidewalk that contains Trachtenberg’s initials (SJT), along with the year in which the time capsule was buried (1982).
The time capsule was supposed to be reopened in 2002, twenty years after it was assembled, but to date it remains buried.
Congratulations to Karen Sullivan and Donna Douyard for correctly identifying the photo!