“In our time” commemorates the longest living student organization in the College of Fine Arts

"In Our Time" opens on August 29 and runs until September 15 at the Bartlett Hall Lobby
“In Our Time” opens on August 29 and runs until September 15 at the Bartlett Hall Lobby

The “In our time” exhibit of photographs (mostly taken by Arnold Jumpay ’84) and selected memorabilia traces the origin of some Fraternity legends and traditions.

“From the recognition of the College of Fine Arts as a separate unit and circumstances that conspired the founding in the early 70s to the first exhibit of the fraternity in 1977, to the adolescent years and strengthening the identity of the fraternity throughout the eighties…this exhibit takes you to the nineties when together with the college, we have found a home in Bartlett Hall to the new millennium and the new generation of sustained academic and artistic activities- where the fraternity can finally say that it has been tempered and matured; at peace in its own time.”

“In Our Time” opens on August 29 and runs until September 15 at the Bartlett Hall Lobby

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