Photos: Wayback Topping Out Ceremony

Photos by Jay Hennix

While progress on the Center for Media, Film and Theatre has missed deadline after deadline, progress on Wayback, the new dormitory behind Outback is moving along at a breakneck pace. On Wednesday, the final roof plank of Wayback was put in place. Before it was put in place, students, faculty and construction workers had the chance to sign their names to the plank.

Students signing the final plank.

The plank about to be lifted.

The plank being lifted on top of Wayback.

Students gathered at the ceremony.

Dennis Craig, Vice President of Student Affairs, addressed those gathered.

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