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Did anyone live at the Quad Dorms at NTSU ? One dorm mostly our football players !


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If you will look in that photo behind the Admin building there is the remains of the football field.  Willis Library is there now.  you can also see a fairly new Fouts on the edge of the photo.

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1 hour ago, UNT86 said:

If you will look in that photo behind the Admin building there is the remains of the football field.  Willis Library is there now.  you can also see a fairly new Fouts on the edge of the photo.

You will also notice this is the last time there was little to no traffic on I35.

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9 hours ago, UNT86 said:

Someone older than me, where was the Gazeebo located.  I've heard stories, but I don't know the original location.

The gazebo was located behind what is now the Auditorium Building (formerly the Administration Building).  

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11 hours ago, UNT86 said:

They are music practice rooms now.  They are located next to Chilton and the Men's Gym.

I think there are only 3 of the 4 remaining.

NT Campus 1962_Quads.jpg

Oh wow. All these years here on campus and I never realized Bain Hall and Practice North/South were all originally dorms. Makes sense.

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