Bigger, bolder new signs outside the College’s main entrance now greet visitors and the campus community.
Workers from Olson Sign Co. in nearby Scotia spent Thursday afternoon installing 7-foot-wide signs on each wall off the Union Street entrance.
The new aluminum signs replace the 5-foot-wide plastic signs that were installed in the early 1980s.
The spruce up of the main entrance will continue in the spring, when Facilities will remove the old shrubs and replace them with new plantings, including assorted seasonal flowers.
The new signs were a gift from Jim Lippman ’79, a member of the College’s Board of Trustees.