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Penn State Intercom......June 6, 2002

Students work at the window of the Penn State Delaware County Bookstore in this undated archive photo.

The original Penn State Delaware County campus was a rented building in Chester, beneath a roller-skating rink and steps away from train tracks. The campus moved to its permanent location in 1970.

The John D. Vairo Library opened as the Library/Learning Center in 1980. It was renamed in honor of the campus' first administrative leader in 1986.
Photo: Greg Grieco

"My Way: A Musical Tribute to Frank Sinatra," is part of the Pennsylvania Centre Stage's summer season. "My Way" runs from June 14 to 29 at the Pavilion Theatre on the University Park campus.

Color their worlds


John Miller, a senior majoring in journalism, and Alaina Breitberg, a physiology and French major, are painting color wheels on the lawn near Old Main. The object of the color wheels is to learn how colors interact with each other for an art class.
Photo: Greg Grieco

Chao-Hsien Chu, associate professor of information sciences and technology and of management science and information systems, has researched methods of detecting computer network invasion.
Photo: Greg Grieco

Construction is at its peak during the summer, when most students are gone. Current projects on the University Park campus include, above: construction of the Information Sciences and Technology Building; an addition to the Eisenhower Parking Deck, fourth photo from bottom; construction of the HUB Plaza on Pollock Road, third from bottom; and an addition to the Nittany Parking Deck and reconstruction of the parking lot near The Nittany Lion Inn, bottom. To help people find their way around the campus, especially during student arrival times, the Office of Physical Plant has plenty of directional signs ready to put into place, second from bottom photo. For University Park construction information, check the Web at
Photos: Greg Grieco