1104 S. Wabash Avenue, built in 1891, is a City of Chicago Landmark (1996) and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places (1980). Built by William LeBaron Jenney, acknowledged as the inventor of the skyscraper for his fire-proofed metal skeleton-frame designs, the Ludington building represents his continuing experimentation as the first entirely terra cotta-clad skyscraper. The Ludington is also a rare survivor, one of only two extant loft buildings in Chicago built by Jenney.
The practicum film was absolutely brilliant! Very powerful with amazing cinematography, performances, editing and production design. Loved it! There were no false notes in it whatsoever.
I had a great time to hang out with some of ASL interpretation students and friends. Last year, they didn't provide this event. Foods was good with few cupcakes.
I enjoyed their presentation and student's short documentary film. Beautiful!
I loved all of these performances that ASL interpretation students did. Very brilliant of them to get me big smile and laugh. Bravo, thumb up!
Great Music mix. Missed the balloons this year, but overall it was wonderful fun
I t was very good . I remembered seeing the program on t v. The interview was very eye opening and informative. I was glad to family of this p piece. Thank you for this most wonderful program.
Such an informative meeting! Sam Bahour discussed aspects about the conflict that I was not previously familiar with. Such as holds on Palestinian commerce, and personal experiences trying to navigate the check points when on his way to work, or business meetings and the challenges that come along with being singled out for being a Palestinian. Great event!
sticky note art makes me happy
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